Saturday, December 3, 2022

Unai Emery performed much better than Arteta. STATS

Unai Emery was sacked by Arsenal after just 18 months at the helm of Arsenal coaching staff. Arteta, who was Pep Guardiola’s assistant by then, was seen as the best man suited for the job. Arsenal were hopeful that their former captain will help the team regain its lost glory.

Emery, Now Villarreal coach, left Arsenal lagging eighth in the Premier League table. Arsenal had gone 7 games without a win in all competitions, which was the worst run for the team the club had ever produced in the previous 17 years.

The club hopes of making a difference under Mikel Arteta are still not alive. It is now 18 months since the Spaniard took over at Emirates and the situation is still not promising.


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Arsenal made bounceback in early 2021 as they were drifting into the relegation zone. However, they have struggled to produce results in recent games and are currently ninth in the Premier League table, 29 points below leaders Manchester City.

Arsenal’s chances of competing in the European Competition next season hang in balance. However, they may have a clear route if they manage to win the Europa League title after seeing off Olympiacos to reach the competition’s quatre finals.

Unai Emery was seen as a flop by fans and pundits alike. Statistics however reveals that Arteta’s performance is even worse than that of Emery. Arteta’s lack of consistency has been of great concern.

Unai Emery picked 88 points from 51 games during his time at Emirates. He won 25 games and lost 13. Arteta on the other hand has overseen 49 games, he has won 21 and lost 16 games. His accumulated points from 49 games tally to 75.


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Emery’s average wins per game stood at 1.73 points per game while Arteta stands a 1.53. Despite Arteta’s poor statistics, his future at Arsenal is not under scrutiny with the management hoping he will transform the team. This luxury however was not awarded to Emery. 


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