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Arsenal: Lacazette reveals a huge difference between Emery and Wenger

Arsenal Manager Unai Emeri and former Arsenal Venger (Photos: Getti)

Arsenal striker Alekandra Lacazette revealed that Unai Emeri is different from former manager Arsene Venger.

Legendary Frenchman Venger spent more than two decades in Arsenal, winning three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups before leaving the club last season.

His successor, former PSG chief Emeri, was impressed by the Emirates with his Arsenal team, currently fourth in the Premier League and the semi-finals of the League of Europe.

And Lacazette, who scored 16 goals in all competitions in this term, said: 'There is a big difference [between Emery and Wenger].

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, We work more tactically, and more videos, as the coach says differently than Venger.

It's different. It's hard to always compare the trainer because they have their own team management technique.

I think we are better every month, better and better, we are improving.

Of One of the goals of the coach was to achieve fewer goals, although this season recognized many goals, and he wanted to keep the clean sheet.

Alekandre Lacazette scored 16 goals in all competitions in this season (Picture: AFP)

We did it and he wants us to do it again. Now everything is in our hands.

Ve If we win in every game we go to the Champions League – we want to go to the Champions League, so we have to do everything in our power to play there. "

Arsenal defeated Napoli on Thursday to continue their race for the European league, but the victory came at a price because Aaron Ramsey suffered a muscular injury.

"I do not know how much it will take him out of the team, but maybe two or three weeks," said Emeri.

A retaliation means that Ramsey, who will join Juventus at the end of the season, could play his last match for the artillery.

Arsenal faced the London rival Cristal Palace at home Sunday.

Eagles are currently 13th in the Premier League table, eight points away from the relegation zone with four remaining matches.

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