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The task of replacing a stalwart manager is always a tough one – just look at Manchester United in the post-Sir Alex Ferguson era. Arsene Wenger leaving Arsenal after 22 years was a move to make the Gunners a tougher outfit who competed for titles again, but there has been little to suggest that Unai Emery is the man for the long-term.
Of course, Emery was only a cog in the wheel of changes at Arsenal in the summer of 2018. Raul Sanhelli was brought in as Head of Football, assuming more senior responsibilities when CEO Ivan Gazidis departed for AC Milan, while Sven Mislintat has come and gone as Head of Recruitment.
The club were laying foundations to take power away from the manager and run operations themselves, with a head coach to train and select the team. It’s a similar system to the one that Emery worked under at Sevilla with the renowned Monchi, so Arsenal may have been expecting similar results.
Wenger left behind a squad with bags of potential going forward, with two of the Premier League’s finest forwards in Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette. Mesut Ozil initially looked invigorated after switching to his favoured No. 10 shirt, while Lucas Torrei
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