Emery's effect is the rebuilding of Arsenal before the timetable


London – armory they are still waiting for a first statement to win at Unai Emery but the Spanish progress in the first three months was clear and he saw Liverpool abandoned the content of the Emirates with an exciting 1-1 draw on Saturday.

Despite the fact that 14 matches were unbeaten in each of the races, the shooters stayed four points in Liverpool at the top of the Premier League table and are out of the weekend on the weekend with Wolves' 3-2 victory over four of North London's rivals.

But there has been a lot of change since the start of the season when, due to the Champions' reign, Manchester City raised Arsenal's first chance to impress Emmy for the success of Arsene Wenger's 22-year rule.

In this sunny August afternoon, home supporters fought in the struggle of veteran goalkeeper Petr Cech to agree with the former coach of Paris Saint-Germain to retreat.

In the brilliant November night, Emery praised the role played by fans that Arsenal was played after Alexandre Lacazette for eight minutes after James Milner took out Liverpool.

"The spirit is like we want, and the atmosphere is still a very big atmosphere today, and the fans are 90 minutes," Emery said.

After a summer signing, Bernd Leno has been replacing Cech since, and proves to be much more advanced than the ball when Arsenal moved the ball up smoothly, despite Jurgen Klopp's liverpool as the famous "gegenpressing".

"The manager has a new philosophy, much has changed since Arsne Wenger was here for a long time," said Leno.

"It was clear that we needed time, but as you have seen today, players' movement and confidence are getting better.

"Today, we managed to control a big club against big players."

In midfield Lucas Torreira had to wait until the end of September for the first championship title. But Uruguayan international is the kind of player Arsenal did not have in the last years of Wenger's reign.

His tough handling and the passive mix he possessed have become a fan favorite.

And before him was Lacazette who launched the second violin for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang on the bench who repaid Emery's faith to keep him in the field and sacrificed Aubameyang with his replacement for the equalizer search.

"We felt we had a high-quality game (opposite) at the top of the championship this evening," Lacazette said.

Even Emery has admitted that Arsenal is far from the finished article, even during the three years he has mentioned gradual improvements under Klopp as an example.

"This is not a bad thing, but we need more," he added.

"They can win the Premier League this season, they play three years ago in the Europa League finals and last season were in the Champions League final – a very good example for us."

Emery's rapid development, however, suggests Arsenal is in a good position to challenge the return of the Champions League next season after finishing 12 points in the Wenger Finals.

"We give extra intensity, and we can see that the manager demands a lot not only in the games, but on the training track and pays off," said Alex Iwobi midfielder.

While Wenger received a lot of goodbye, winning three Premier League titles in the first three decades, Iwobi's words accuse the standards of slipping through the French championship.

Emery finally shoots the guns again.


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