Unai Emery held individual chats with every Arsenal player after the Europa League final. *Almost* every player.
Unai Emery knew Wilfried Zaha "beat us on his own". But Arsenal went for Nicolas Pepe instead.
"I hope Mikel can get that back," says Arsene Wenger of the "culture" that Unai Emery lost at Arsenal.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta says the energy around the club "wasn't right" under Unai Emery.
Mkhitaryan admits he found it difficult to settle at Arsenal.
Ozil has complained about life under Emery on a number of occasions.
Merson has not been impressed by comments following Emery's departure.
Emery claims he could have turned the club around given more time.
Leno branded Emery's Arsenal reign as "confusing".
Emery claims Ozil is 'unpredictable' and struggled with the 'physical demand of the Premier League'.
"That brought us bad results, there was no improvement, the fans focused on me and they threw me out."
Ozil bloody loves Arteta, but did not like Emery...
Mikel Arteta is eager to "avoid" the sort of Arsenal cliques that became commonplace under Unai Emery.
The poor run has continued without Emery as Arsenal now have just one victory in 15 matches in all competitions.
Unai Emery's spell at Arsenal makes him unfit for purpose at Everton? That is plain ridiculous...
Arteta is reportedly desperate to take over at the Emirates.
Unai Emery might only have been out of Premier League work for a week or so. Everton have had talks.
Of course Unai Emery was a bit bad at Arsenal: they didn't sign three players he wanted for £210m.
"It is sad to watch now and I feel for the fans. All good teams start from the front."
It turns out the "noise" was too much for Arsenal long before Unai Emery was eventually pushed out.
"It is a very cut throat thing in football and of course players are emotional as well and they will react on that."
David Luiz has apologised to Unai Emery on behalf of his team-mates: "We let you down boss, sorry!"
Just the seven possible targets for Arsenal among this morning's whispers. Aubameyang might not hang around, though...
Neville thinks the players have "let him [Emery] down" while the club's "recruitment policy" has been "truly pathetic".
'Gather around guys, hands in. 'Arsenal!, Arsenal! Arsenal! Who's with me? Guys? Guys...'
"There is not one single manager that is sacked that I am happy about, I always feel deja vu."
Ex-Gunners midfielder Ljungberg had been working as assistant first-team coach under Emery this season.
Arsenal had pretty much no choice but to sack Emery after the 'embarrassment' of having to change his coat.
Ancelotti's job is currently under scrutiny with Napoli lying in seventh position in the Serie A standings.
"He's earned the right for me to be the next Arsenal manager before we miss out on him."
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