Emery not critical of Premier League over Arsenal’s congested fixtures

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"The TV has the target to choose the matches on Friday, Sunday, Monday (but) I prefer to play Saturday or Sunday". "After six matches winning in the Premier League, it hasn't changed".

Emery has constantly called for improvement from his players despite the fact they have strung together nine wins for the first time in 11 years.

The France worldwide has been in fine form in 2018-19, scoring four goals in five Premier League starts and another in the EFL Cup win over Brentford.

It's set to be a testing fixture for Arsenal but one which they will be confident of securing all three points in.

In our last game against Fulham in which we looked fantastic in the second half Emery started with....

Jurgen Klopp suggested he had found a way to win "average matches" for the first time in his managerial career after Liverpool eked out an unconvincing 1-0 Premier League victory at Huddersfield. "It's one of the teams I really liked growing up as a child so... it will be a dream come true to play for Arsenal".

Lacazette moved to the Emirates Stadium in the summer of 2017 and is expected to make his 50th appearance for the club when they host Leicester on Monday night.

New coaches mean new voices, new training methods and new tactics but we are seeing how good players are very receptive to all of those things.

Since losing their opening two games under Emery to champions Manchester City and FA Cup winners Chelsea, the Spaniard has not tasted defeat. "We need every player with a big motivation every day, in training, continuing improving and helping us with his quality".

'He needs to feel [well] first, if he is doing some things, then he is doing well.

Arsenal boss Unai Emery has revealed he wanted to sign Alexandre Lacazette at Paris Saint-Germain, and has urged the striker to take his game to another level this season.

"My focus is every single match".

"We are focused on the next match against Leicester".

"So I just have to carry on playing my football and do my best for Arsenal this season and I'll leave the rest with the club now".

As per the Sun, who are re-reporting an article from Sky Sports, regarding the January window, Sanllehi said "Right now, we have not even started looking into that".