The Unai Emery Situation at Arsenal is rather reminiscent of Stephen King’s ‘Green Mile’ as the inmate announces, ‘Walking the mile, walking the mile. Dead man walking, walking the Green mile.’
For those that haven’t seen the classic film, it refers to the walk which follows a green line from the
It’s been suggested that Arsenal are readying themselves to make a bid in the January transfer window to tighten up their defense, which is freely leaking goals.
Over the last few seasons supporters have been reminded that Arsenal don’t participate in the less productive transfer period but their current plight has
I’m going to say it first and then work backwards. Unai Emery needs to leave Arsenal ! There, it’s out, however, I am incredibly wary about the next move, even though it’s clear that Emery is a poor fit.
Social media is awash with a list of candidates to replace the
I made no secret that I felt Arsenal missed a trick by not employing Rafa Benitez as their coach, after they removed Arsene Wenger in the coup of 2018.
Instead, they unexpectedly chose Unai Emery and at the time, Benitez wasn’t even on the short list. Big mistake, huge ! Benitez
When Alex Oxlade Chamberlain left Arsenal for Liverpool, the supporters knew that they’d lost a special talent and one that, given the right guidance, could be influential in the right team.
Jurgen Klopp saw what was being under utilized and misused at the Emirates and lured him to Anfield in 2017
Arsenal are in the grip of an appalling run of form and regardless of the personnel drafted in or the various formations used, Unai Emery appears powerless to stop the rot.
With each poor result, the ground under the Spaniard's feet becomes a little less stable and there is talk that
It was inevitable that Granit Xhaka should be removed as Arsenal captain after his recent meltdown against Crystal Palace. Although one has a degree of sympathy for the way he was goaded by fans after meandering off the field, he was provoked more than anyone I can remember.
Having said that,
Arsenal really are misfiring this season under Emery and at this rate with two premiership wins in nine games and five points from their last four games, they are in imminent danger of falling out of the top six and heading for a mid table finish.
An over exaggeration ?
You can dress up the 2-0 result of the Leicester Vs Arsenal game how you like, but a defeat is a defeat. Some will say that Arsenal were in with a shout and that had they taken their chances, things would have been different but the stats don’t lie.
He’s made quite an impact at Arsenal as a coach since his arrival at the Emirates and up until now, he has been standing in the shadows but Freddie Ljungberg may be thrust into the top job on a temporary basis if Unai Emery gets fired.
It’s all speculation at present