Twenty matches unbeaten streak is a thing of joy for Arsenal but little worries might have been arousing due to the new Manager’s pattern.
Emery who is known for his early substitutions during Arsenal matches ever since he took over the team from Arsene Wenger, has been producing pleasant results to the fans.
Despite loosing few games at the start of the season, Unai probably must have taken the time to master the Premier League, being a new comer.
Recently, it has been noticed that Gunners produce better results in their second halves than the first halves.
The manager recently decided to clear the air by giving reasons behind his strange style of coaching and also who taught him how to do so.
The 47 year old coach shared his reasons on the clubs website, Arsenal.com just few minutes ago.
Etxegoien said, “I learned in Spain with one coach, Javi Irureta,”
“He trained in Deportivo La Coruna and had a big career as a coach.
“[When] he was my coach, he said to us: ‘When I change it is because I want some change. Maybe it is positive, maybe it is negative but [it is] change.’
“This was the first idea I received and I do in my mind. At other teams I have coached, some criticism of me was I changed usually very late. Here for example you are saying I change usually quickly.
“It depends on the moment, how the match is going, but one situation we are living here is in the first half we couldn’t finish winning in the 15 matches in the Premier League. That is one reason, I need to [make changes].” Emery concluded.
We hope his pattern continues to favor him and his boys as they would be looking to go up against Huddersfield Town as their next opponent.