Unai Emery reckons that one of the reasons why he has been able to do well in his managerial career is that his career as a player ended too soon, much before it should have ended and because he couldn’t remain associated with the game as a player anymore, it gave him extra motivation to do special things as a coach.
According to Emery, he has been into Football right since his childhood because there were a couple of guys in his family who played the game at the professional level and watching them as a kid, he got attracted towards the game and the love for the game just kept growing. So when he had to hang his boots at only thirty-two, he didn’t want to go away from the game. He wanted to work in same capacity and that’s when he decided to put himself into professional coaching.
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Former Arsenal and Blues star William Gallas has backed Olivier Giroud to replace Alvaro Morata at Chelsea. The former Arsenal striker moved from Arsenal to Chelsea in a complicated move in January. However, the Frenchman has barely featured for the blues. Despite Morata struggling with fitness concerns, Coach Antonio Conte preferred to play Eden Hazard as striker, leaving Giroud to feature in just five games.
Giroud, who has just one goal, is still struggling as he was whilst at the Emirates Stadium. Gallas opines that the player can fill the absence of Morata. He believes Giroud has shown that much capability while at Arsenal. Continue reading “William Gallas Backs Giroud As Morata Replacement”
Retired French star William Gallas in a shocking turnaround denies ever saying he would score an own goal intentionally. He featured for Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham, playing over 300 games in the Premier League.
The star has been involved in dressing room bust-up, controversies and all but he has won the league and went close to lifting the World Cup. He admits his true nature but denies ever saying he would intentionally cause an own goal.
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Since Mathieu Debuchy’s arrival to the Emirates Stadium on July of 2014, the French defender has not managed to make consistent appearances for the English Premier League club.
Injuries have seriously affected the playing career of Mathieu Debuchy in Arsenal as it has made him unable to play in a significant amount of matches and there was even a game in which he was forced to leave the pitch in a stretcher as well as being administered with oxygen.
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