Arsenal will not sack Emery, club on ‘right path’
The dissatisfaction among Arsenal supporters towards Unai Emery appears to have peaked following Saturday’s defeat at Leicester City, which confirmed their worst start to a top-flight season since 1982-83, tweets theathletic.com.
The Gunners already find themselves eight points behind the Champions League places and having statistically — and many would argue stylistically — regressed since Arsene Wenger left in 2018, fans are seemingly unified in the view that after 18 months as head coach, Emery should be sacked.
He is now the favourite with most bookmakers to become the Premier League’s next managerial casualty and speculation is already rife about who might succeed the Spaniard.
However, The Athletic has been informed by senior sources that Arsenal’s hierarchy remain “100 per cent” behind Emery and still plan to wait until the summer before making a decision on his future.
The club said they would review the situation at the end of the season, but would not react to ‘noise’ now.
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