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
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
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
Emery continues to praise Ozil for his efforts and commitment in training but it just doesn’t feel genuine. It feels like the executioner has just sharpened his axe and has taken to admiring the neck of the person standing by the ominous looking wooden block.
The standoff between Emery and Ozil
A recent blog on another site accused fans of suffering from ‘one bad result syndrome’ in their perception of Unai Emery, which paved the way for further analysis of the current situation at Arsenal.
Are Arsenal supporters being unfair ? has the Emirates become the home of the irrational knee jerk
It’s human nature that some individuals, when subjected to intense examination and relentless pressure, manage to intentionally or unintentionally, throw someone else under the bus. Unai Emery is feeling the pinch as the reality of being Arsenal’s head coach sets in amid the endless expectation and continuous judgement in only
No Ceballos, no Torreira, Holding, Tierney, Ozil or Bellerin and the first thought that came to mind was that if Sheffield United pressed hard with the defensive line up of Arsenal, consisting of Chambers, Sokratis, Luiz and Kolasinac, there would eventually be some reward.
Quite how Emery views team selection on
Season two of the Unai Emery era has seen the same confused tactics. There have been a number of additions and a number of departures and still Emery insists in a non stop rotational policy.
Unsurprisingly, it’s earned Arsenal and Emery the same poor results but much worse is that the