Confirmed: Arsenal Board Finally Make Up Their Mind on Replacing Emery

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Arsenal have no intention of getting rid of Unai Emery before the end of the season and are “100%” behind him according to David Ornstein.

Many had hoped that, should Arsenal lose at Leicester on Saturday, it would at least spell the end of Unai Emery’s time at the club. As I wrote before the game, that, sadly wasn’t going to happen.

Now, through David Ornstein, the club have clarified their position and it’s awful.

Ornstein confirms that Emery will be in charge for Arsenal’s next league game and that “Reports of contact being established with potential successors to Emery are vigorously denied”.

If you think that’s bad, he continues, “There is acknowledgement at Arsenal that Leicester are an extremely strong side, especially at home, and the top brass think Emery’s team showed clear signs of improved performance.”

Arsenal are also blaming VAR, apparently. Ornstein writes, “There is no attempt to hide the fact that most of their problems have been self inflicted, though they also apportion blame to the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system.”

He also details how the club see a long way to go in the season with 26 league games left and plenty of time to put together a winning run as long as everyone shows “patience, confidence, belief, focus, resilience, togetherness and consistency.”

With Arsenal eight points behind City in fourth and closer to the drop zone, Arsenal look unlikely to seal a Champions League via the Premier League and we are only just into November.

Add to that the threat of losing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette next summer as the pair stall on signing new deals and you have to think the club are taking a massive gamble on Unai Emery being able to do something in the next six months that he hasn’t been able to do in the previous 18 – namely, improve Arsenal in the slightest.

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4 thoughts on “Confirmed: Arsenal Board Finally Make Up Their Mind on Replacing Emery”

  1. What I said is if they don’t want to extend their contracts we will not force them though two of them are my favorite players after all Vav Perse did Alex Sanchez of late Koshinny no body died so if they decide life will still go on

  2. If Arsenal want to really want to replace Unai Emery is welcome one I have said it before but not replacing him with Joe Mourinho that will be the worst mistake of the season because he cannot point any player he has produced from the academy all along his coaching career if you at every good coach has his product so don’t go for Mourinho nothing remains in him to offer only to task the management to give funds to go and buy players that is his own way of coaching, he who sold dog and buy monkey has not done good.

  3. Well if Aubanyang Laccazert refuses to sign contract extension there will be no problem after all two of them are not getting younger Martineli has emerge Bukayo Saka is going to explode next season William Saliba will come back next season also plus Balogun, Aziz Joe juke so our main. Issue is the midfield and defense our three goal keepers are good with a quality coach Arsenal will come good any coach who can not know his best eleven can’t make headway

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