Published: Fri, August 24, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Henrikh Mkhitaryan says Arsenal are on right path under Unai Emery

Henrikh Mkhitaryan says Arsenal are on right path under Unai Emery

There is a lot of debate now over the start Unai Emery has made to his Arsenal career.

The 22-year-old's entire career at the Emirates Stadium had been spent under the tutelage of Arsene Wenger, but he's enjoying the process of adapting to a new style of coaching.

The two players have had mixed fortunes in their time at Arsenal since their introduction to Premier League football. "Everybody's enjoying and buying into the new ideas". I don't think the result we had was what we deserved.

'He demands a lot. "He's a lot more intense, a lot of high pressing and keeping the ball so that it benefits us if we have the ball", Iwobi continued.

Mkhitaryan scored one goal and assisted the other in Arsenal's 3-2 loss at Chelsea on Saturday, which followed an opening-day 2-0 defeat to Manchester City at the Emirates. After the first two matches we have two defeats.

West Ham were poor at Anfield, albeit against a very good team, and by all accounts they weren't much better against Bournemotuh with sections of fans ringing out a chorus of boos at full-time.

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Attack: Mesut Ozil was hooked early in the second half against Chelsea after a poor showing and Emery isn't taking any prisoners so I wouldn't be surprised if the German global finds himself on the bench against the Hammers.

"Whenever something in the system changes, you have to prove yourself again".

However, he started at Stamford Bridge and found the net in the 41st minute after being set up by Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

Wilshere, who is also hoping to reclaim a spot in the England team, has started both games for West Ham so far this Premier League season and is expected to be in Manuel Pellegrini's XI on Saturday as well.

Emery inherited a team that finished sixth in the Premier League last season and has been tasked with shoring up a notoriously leaky defence. If I don't get a result in five weeks, the club I take over is relegated - so I have to do it in days.

We are getting obsessed with this stupid "let's play out from the back, split the centre halves either side of the 18-yard box and go and play from there"... it's utter rubbish to play like that all of the time.

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