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Arsenal chief Burgess: No pushback from players over Emery's new training methods

09 August 2018

"He makes it hard for teams to play against them and will play 4-2-3-1". I expect them back in the title.

Lehmann also gave a surprising compliment to Spurs by comparing them to the youthful Arsenal sides that he was a part of between 2003 and 2008.

Ljungberg scored an exceptional 17 goals from midfield as Arsenal won the League and Cup double. After 20 successful years with the club, Wenger's influence began to wane in recent seasons with the Gunners dropping well off the pace.

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Although Arsenal majority shareholder Stan Kroenke's imminent total takeover of the club has been received with horror by the fans, they have still had plenty to cheer about after the arrival of new manager Unai Emery, some exciting new signings and some pretty decent games during the preseason. "The Arsenal squad is not worse than those of the other teams".

"I see a lot of potential in Chelsea, who have a new manager in Maurizio Sarri".

The German keeper also heaped praise on Arsenal's arch-rivals Spurs, who have impressed under Mauricio Pochettino.

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Arsenal's director of high performance, Darren Burgess, has provided an insight into Arsenal's training in pre-season.

BBC journalist David Ornstein has played down reports suggesting Arsenal have launched a late £89.9m bid to sign Barcelona attacker Ousmane Dembele.

That gutsy display against the eventual bronze medalists is thought to have gained manager Akira Nishino more favour in his homeland, but the Japan FA would still prefer to bring in Wenger.

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Arsenal appointed Unai Emery as the new manager of the gunners in May and the Spanish global has already started making a number of changes at a club which has been under the management of Arsene Wenger for two decades. "But it's must if you want to be a big side".

Arsenal chief Burgess: No pushback from players over Emery's new training methods