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Unai Emery has said that Arsenal lost the ‘competitive gene’ under the previous manager Arsene Wenger (via Goal.com).
Arsenal are just two days away from their first European final for 13 years.
Gunners fans will be hoping for a better outcome against Chelsea in Wednesday’s Europa League final than they had in Paris in 2006.
A gap that lengthy is troubling but unsurprising given Arsenal’s massive dip in form in the decade after that defeat to FC Barcelona.
It was clear that the Gunners had lost something under manager Arsene Wenger, a topic which his replacement Unai Emery has spoken about.
“What Wenger did in this club was very big,” Emery said in an interview with El Mundo.
“He managed to give a touch of quality to make the game more fluid and colourful, but little by little he lost the competitive gene.
“That is what was transmitted to me and what I was hired for when I interviewed Raul Sanllehi and the owners.
“The economic potential of United, City or Liverpool is greater than ours, but by history and structure, Arsenal is among the top 10 clubs in Europe, and we have to place there again.”
The interview comes at the same time as Unai Emery is being cited as a potential replacement for Ernesto Valverde at FC Barcelona. Emery went on to say that he is enjoying the ‘project’ at Arsenal so a departure would be a shock. The Gunners did lose a competitive edge during the later Wenger years but that can change. Victory in Wednesday’s Europa League final could have the inverse effect