What I really appreciate about him is that he openly admits the improvement needs, e.g. that our first halves are weak, or that we have been lucky with our defending so far. With Wenger, it was mostly excuses in the media - from tight schedule, injuries, to refereeing, lack of sharpness, lack of confidence. Of course it's possible he was only defending his teams in public while trying to solve it internally, and I don't necessarily expect a manager to open up on our issues, but with Emery it's more transparent that the staff are aware of everything. Sometimes it felt like Wenger is an extreme optimist who thinks that when we lost a game it was bad luck, and thought no change was necessary.