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 ?
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
The embarrassing situation at the Emirates regarding the spat between Arsenal coach Unai Emery and his highly paid playmaker Mesut Ozil has taken a new, awkward twist.
With Xhaka facing a period out of the gunners first team, the door opened, ever so slightly and reluctantly for Ozil’s return. His inclusion
Arsenal have been the centre of quite a lot of media controversies lately due to their poor form that has led to a massive unrest among the fans but also due to Granit Xhaka.
Last Sunday, Unai Emery's men lost a 2 goal advantage against local rivals Crystal Palace after conceding
Unai Emery needs a victory and any kind will do. Let’s be honest, Arsenal fans are looking for some sign that the ship is steady and that the Spaniard has control.
It may not end up that way because in their first encounter, Vitoria had every right to feel short changed,
I tuned in eagerly to Unai Emery’s press conference post Xhaka gate, in the hope of seeing leadership and control but having watched the majority of it, there was a feeling in the pit of my stomach that the agreeable, well mannered Spaniard is out of his depth here.
Arsene Wenger’s reign at Arsenal reached the point where it imploded due to a run of poor performances and results. The man who did so much to build the club and achieved so much success was dispensed with because he was in an untenable position.
His legacy was tarnished, his achievements
Sometimes there is a turning point in a season that will be viewed after it’s ended as the factor that defined it. That can be in a positive or negative way of course but recent events at the Emirates are threatening to derail any aspirations of a top four finish
He’s been an outcast and a scapegoat. He’s been referred to as a luxury, lazy and useless but the truth is that Arsenal appear to need of Mesut Ozil.
Emery had dispensed with the services of the creative midfielder in an ongoing spat but fate intervened when Granit Xhaka was involved
Nicolas Pepe has struggled in the premier league, no doubt about that but fans need to remain patient as the adjustment process continues. However, his brace of stunning free kicks announced his class and talent in the cheeky 3-2 win over Vitoria at the Emirates.
Pepe, weighed heavy with expectation and