Arsenal appointed Unai Emery as their new head coach in May last year after Arsene Wenger decided to resign from his position as gunners boss. Arsene Wenger spent two decades at Arsenal but he finally called it quits in the midst of last season but the gooners have now hired Unai Emery hoping to see him try to bring back their lost glory.
The gunners progressed to the UEFA Europa League quarter finals after eliminating Rennes in the round of 16 and they have been drawn with Italian side Napoli. Arsenal will play against Napoli next month and their former boss Arsene Wenger has spoken out about this match.
Arsene Wenger hasn’t been around Arsenal for a long time since he departed from the Emirates Stadium but he has however said that he will be supporting the North Londoners in their game vs Napoli. He also said that he won’t be giving Unai Emery any advice ahead of this crucial match.
“I’ll be an Arsenal fan on the night of the match against Napoli like in all the other races: I don’t want to give Emery advice.” Arsene Wenger told Napoli 24.
“I love Carlo Ancelotti, one of the greatest technicians of all time, a true master in the way he works with his teams, but Arsenal is a great team and for Napoli it will be a very difficult.”
The Arsenal fans will be hoping to see Arsene Wenger attend their UEFA Europa League match against Napoli at the Emirates Stadium because he hasn’t been at their stadium since he left the club in May last year. Wenger was spotted in London a few days ago so maybe he will come at the Emirates in their next match.