Former Arsenal manager, Unai Emery gets 3-years deal at Villarreal after 8 months without job.
Unai Emery has been appointed Villarreal manager on a 3-year deal as the Spaniard sets to get back on duty since the Arsenal sack news.
Replacing former Villarreal boss, Javier Calleja who left the the Spanish side last weekend after sealing a fifth-place finish to hand them an Europa League game come next season.
Having managed, Villarreal’s local rival, Valencia in the past, the heads at the Yellow Submarine sees Unai Emery as the suitable man for the job considering his successes while still at teams such as PSG and Spartak Moscow.
The 48-year-old also did manage Sevilla where he led the side to three consecutive Europa League titles before leaving for Paris Saint German in 2016.
Managing a total of 797 games as club manager, Emery has a record of 428 wins, 172 draws and 197 losses, ranking his win ration to 53.7% with most of the success came when he was still with PSG as he lost just 12 games out of 114 played and ranked a record of 87 wins with 15 draws.
Despite the Arsenal sack, Emery still didn’t actually have all that bad record with Gunners as he ranked a 55.1% win rate, 78 games, 43 wins, 16 draws and 19 losses. Although Emery’s stay at Emirates stadium was considered the ‘worst run without a victory for 27 years’.