Under-pressure Arsenal boss Unai Emery has come under fire again after his side failed to beat Watford even though they’ve had the Hornets on the ropes
Frustration is boiling over at the Emirates, as Arsenal continue to underperform under Unai Emery and are already seven points adrift of the Premier League toppers Liverpool.
Also, the Spaniard’s ‘repetitive training methods’ have started to annoy the Gunners players, according to the Mirror.
After a bright start to the season, and back-to-back wins over Newcastle United and Burnley, the North Londoners have struggled to pick up a win in three subsequent league outings.
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According to TheAthletic:
-Emery rarely works on Arsenal’s pressing, it's not one of his tactical plans
-The players enjoy working under him, but are frustrated with the same repetitive drills in training
-Players often zone out during 2
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The latest failure at Vitality Stadium has seen Arsenal blowing a two-goal lead to see themselves held to a 2-2 draw by Watford last time out.
Emery’s players appeared clueless at some points, allowing the Hornets to unleash 31 shots during the match – too many for a team that has the ambition to finish in the top four.
After losing 4-1 to Chelsea in the Europa League final last term, the Gunners are condemned for another season in Europe’s second-tier competition.
If the Spanish manager fails to turn things around quickly, Arsenal might miss out on the Champions League for the fourth year in a row, which might as well end his adventure at the Emirates.