Ian Wright SLAMS ‘delusion’ Unai Emery after the Spaniard suggested he was destined to fail in Arsenal
“When you hear the quotes from Unai Emery … delusions”: Ian Wright SLAMS former Arsenal boss after the Spaniard suggested he was destined to fail after succeeding Arsene Wenger
- Emery was fired at the end of November after a win-free run of seven games
- He claimed that some players in the club did not have the right attitude
- Wright touched the Spaniard because he tried to pass the blame for his shortcomings
Ian Wright called Unai Emery “delusions” and claimed that Arsenal did not go anywhere under the Spanish coach.
Emery claimed that he was destined to fail with the Gunners because the club was stuck in a rut and some players did not have the right attitude.
Emery was fired at the end of November after a winless run of seven games, with the club eight points drifting from the top four in the Premier League, with Mikel Arteta appointed as his successor the following month.
The Spanish coach Unai Emery (right) claimed that he was destined to fail in Arsenal
Wright hit the former Arsenal boss because he tried to pass on the blame for his shortcomings to the club and their players.
He said on the Kelly & Wrighty Show: “Under the old manager it was like a regime, it was not very pleasant, they did not know where they were going, there was not much direction in what they were doing.
“And if you hear the quotes from Unai Emery … delusions if you ask me.
Ian Wright hit the former Arsenal boss because he tried to pass the blame for his shortcomings
‘Yes [they got to Europa League final] but it was the worst performance of an Arsenal team in a final.
‘Because again, whatever he said, the players were not happy, there was no vision or direction, communication was poor.
“He can say what he wants about how well he did, because he has the” facts “there, but that team didn’t go anywhere.”