Wenger reveals mistake Arsenal made with Unai Emery
Arsene Wenger, the legendary Arsenal manager, has claimed that his replacement, Unai Emery, was not given enough time by the club.
In the summer of 2018, after the Frenchman had led the Premier League club for 22 years, Emery took over from Wenger.
After the Gunners missed out on a top-four spot by a point, placing fifth behind Tottenham Hotspur, he was fired after only 18 months at the Emirates.
Arsenal fell 4-1 to London rivals Chelsea in the Europa League final.
The following season, Mikel Arteta was hired in to replace Emery, and the following season, he won the FA Cup.
Despite the fact that Arteta's team failed to qualify for Europe last season, he was given time to impose his style and philosophy on the team.
When asked about whether Emery was unfairly treated at Arsenal, Wenger told BEIN Sports: “They didn’t give him enough time, but there is a lot to talk about. For example, is it right that a team that is not successful in the group stages can play in the Europa League?
For the last 10 years, the teams that were not successful in the Champions League went on to win the UEFA Cup. So, he has transformed a non-successful team into a successful one with Sevilla.
“It was more to give importance to the trophy than to sporting integrity. I think Unai Emery is a great coach. He has shown it in Spain and he is constantly at the top level. ”
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