Arsenal manager Unai Emery is quietly doing a very, very good job. Arsenal fans, fickle and privileged as they are, have endured a torrid last few years. Watching the team fail in the same manner over and over again under Arsene Wenger has left them shellshocked. Add to that, adjusting to being a Europa League
In news Arsenal fans knew was coming, the season is over for Spanish right back Hector Bellerin. The 23 year old suffered a cruciate ligament rupture in Arsenal’s 2 – 0 win over Chelsea on Sunday. Hector Bellerin now likely won’t feature for Arsenal until some time halfway through next season. It’s a devastating injury
Halfway through the season, the honeymoon period for Unai Emery at Arsenal is well and truly over. Following Arsenal’s dismal 1 – 0 away defeat to West Ham on Saturday, the scrutiny on Unai Emery is intensifying. In many ways, it is typical Arsenal fan behaviour to go into meltdown after a few poor results.
After two Premier League Games, new Arsenal coach Unai Emery will be feeling the pressure. Saturday’s 3 – 2 loss to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge exposed many familiar Arsenal failings that Emery will need to address. Conceding soft, early goals. Playing a high line and being undone with one pass over the top. Being vulnerable