Published: Fri, August 24, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Paul Merson's Arsenal claim actually makes a lot of sense

Paul Merson's Arsenal claim actually makes a lot of sense

As such it is no surprise that new Arsenal coach Unai Emery is keen on keeping hold of the Welshman, who is reportedly seeking to double his wages at the Emirates Stadium, where he now £110,000 per-week. "They've just got to keep going".

West Ham and Arsenal have made slow starts to the new campaign, losing both their matches.

Mkhitaryan added on a new era under Emery after 22 years of life in north London under Arsene Wenger: "We have a new manager and are trying to adapt to his philosophy and also his demands".

One Arsenal fan tweeted: "Just a pity he can't do it consistently in front of goal." while another asked the club's official Twitter account: "Can we focus on scoring actual in game goals".

"It has been a tough start of course - we faced two good teams in Man City and Chelsea - but you don't have any easy opponents in this league". It's for that, on Saturday, I know that here, the supporters like him and have this respect also.

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"We don't feel any pressure". It's benefitting me a lot more. We are not thinking that something is going wrong because we are moving in the right way even if we lost two games.

"I don't know if the current crop have gone past being able to learn that way of playing". The Spaniard will be hoping to win his first match as Arsenal's head coach but he will have to do so without a number of players.

Super Eagles forward, Alex Iwobi, is Arsenal's fourth fastest player, the Gunners' statistics record has revealed, reports.

The sight of the former PSG and Sevilla coach in the dugout was always going to be a unusual one after 22 years of Arsene Wenger.

All that can be gleaned so far are drips and drabs of Emery's tactics: how he wants Arsenal to play, who he favours in the squad, and most importantly, if there is any sign of improvement after missing out on the top four last season.

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