Arsenal appointed Unai Emery as their new boss in May this year after Arsene Wenger had said his goodbyes to the to the North London club after having been with them for more than two decades. Even though Arsene Wenger is a legend at Arsenal, there reached a time where he lost the trust of fans who then decided to start protesting saying which led to the start of the famous #Wengerout movement.
That’s however in the past and as the banner at the Emirates Stadium says; “Unai Emery is the new chapter” it seems like the Arsenal players have embraced change and are ready to work with the Arsenal boss to bring back the lost glory at the Emirates Stadium. The gunners are currently on an unbeaten run of 21 games but it isn’t surprising that we have already seen that Unai Emery is way different from Arsene Wenger who had become arrogant as stated by most football pundits and analysts.
Arsenal legend Martin Keown has said that he believes that Unai Emery is a better tactician than Arsene Wenger when it comes to substitutes because he makes them early in the game but gunners former boss used to look at his bench in the 70th minute.
“He’s a genius, he’s not afraid to make changes, Wenger used to make changes around the 70-minute mark, Emery just does it.” Martin Keown said at Match of the Day.
Most of the Arsenal fans will agree with Martin Keown about this because they were unhappy with Arsene Wenger for always making late substitutions hence them either losing or drawing matches. The gunners will be hoping to see Unai Emery lift a trophy in his first season at the Emirates Stadium.
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