Which player(s) do you think will benefit most playing under a new manager?

Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by krengon, May 23, 2018.

  1. krengon

    krengon One Arsene Wenger Trusted

    From this squad who are you expecting to benefit the most from this change and have a big 18/19 season..

    I think Bellerin will prove a lot of his doubters wrong and have an excellent season, I'll stick my neck out and say he'll be among the best fullbacks in europe next season. Still very young, shown he's capable of being solid defensively and gets into many interesting positions offensively(and is involved in a lot of our build up to chances), I'm hoping Emery can help improve his decision making/execution in the final third and positioning/tactical knowledge defensively. Getting snubbed from the world cup squad should motivate him too..

    AMN will have a bigger role too, I think Emery will like what he has to offer in the middle and he could end up as a starter before the season is over..
     
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  2. Batman

    Batman Bruce Wayne

    I think Auba will definitely benefit from a bit more consistent involvement in Emery's system. I also would not be surprised if he gets something out of Iwobi. He seems like a good lad who is receptive to coaching and potentially will really benefit a lot from the in depth video analysis.
     
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  3. KROENKE SUCKS

    KROENKE SUCKS Well-Known Member

    None Wenger's a better coach.
     
  4. elemoo

    elemoo Well-Known Member

    I have a feeling that if we don't buy a DM, Elniesta will solidify this spot if we improve the defense (which we will, even if it's 1 new buy + the youngsters; chambers etc). He can defo go to the next level (already showed glimpses), easily the most improved player last season.
     
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  5. celestis

    celestis Arsenal-Mania Veteran Moderator

    Think the whole team will benefit for 6 months to a season . Iwobi and Özil I think will get the most benefit . Think Lacazette will be benched.
     
  6. KROENKE SUCKS

    KROENKE SUCKS Well-Known Member

    Wenger's was already got El Nenny to the next level, unless Emery changes the system he should grow in the starting role, but that Wenger doing so I won't give Emery credit for it.
     
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  7. hydrofluoric acid

    hydrofluoric acid Easily Triggered

    Iwobi, Bellerin, Ramsey will improve for sure.

    Özil, Lacazette and Auba will also hopefully benefit for more planned attacking game! The same goes for the defense!

    Excited to see how he works with the youth!
     
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  8. krengon

    krengon One Arsene Wenger Trusted

    Yeah I wanted to mention Iwobi too, think it’ll come down to how serious he’ll take it and how willing he’s to improve. If Emery can get him to play to his potential, he’ll have a big season.

    Not sure how Emery will solve the Auba-Lacazette dynamic, preseason should give us some answers, hoping he can integrate them both in the lineup, we don’t have too many goalscorers in the team.
     
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  9. KROENKE SUCKS

    KROENKE SUCKS Well-Known Member

    Does he even have a rep of working with youth? From Bergkamp to Vieira to Pires to Henry to Cesc to RvP to Sanchez, Wenger has always been able to elevate one of his players into being the best in the league. Even before he came to Arsenal he had Weah, Thuram and Deschamps, all of whom became legends.
     
  10. Pat Rice

    Pat Rice Self-Proclaimed Nice Guy

    I think the opposite actually think Lacazette and Xhaka will be most improved next year.

    Xhaka will be less exposed and have some disciplined support which will allow him to be more effective in his distribution and positioning.

    I don't think Laca's injury can be underestimated last year. He looked sharper and more physical on his return, I really think he is the type of striker that Emery thrives working with. A focal point, link up play and workrate will be required but I think he has it in him.
     
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  11. hydrofluoric acid

    hydrofluoric acid Easily Triggered

    @MutableEarth seems to have given his stamp of approval yesterday, but mutable is probably the most worried about our youth academy players and he would have hard time approving a manager that doesn't promotes youth, specially when we have very strong academy at the moment!
     
  12. Garrincha

    Garrincha Wilf Zaha Aficionado

    Feel Emery will improve all the midfield & defenders he chooses to keep. Would not be surprised if only a couple remain in the team 18 months from now though.

    Hector especially with a wide player infront playing a more tactical disciplined game. Koscielny also to surprise a few next year.

    Good chance Özil drops off a bit with the added duties & less freedom.
     
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  13. Batman

    Batman Bruce Wayne

    Agreed and given how narrow the 2 "wingers" on either side of the striker seem to play under Emery I could easily see Auba starting from the left with Laca in the center.
     
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  14. American_Gooner

    American_Gooner Not actually American. Unless Di Marzio says so. Moderator

    Completely agree with Bellerin @krengon, he and Xhaka were the two players I was most looking forward to seeing under a new manager.
     
  15. celestis

    celestis Arsenal-Mania Veteran Moderator

    Think there is nothing wrong with Xhaka now , his distribution and positioning is much better than it was . It's either Lacazette or Auba and I just think it will be Auba.
     
  16. Rimaal

    Rimaal Questionable Taste

    Our midfielders. Emery knows how to set up a midfield.
     
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  17. asukru

    asukru Well-Known Member

    Mustafi.
     
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  18. Pat Rice

    Pat Rice Self-Proclaimed Nice Guy

    I think positionally he will improve because as a collective our defending will be better and he will have hopefully some midfield discipline instead of making him look worse than he is.

    Striker wise it certainly will be interesting. Weird having 2 x 20 plus goals per season strikers.
     
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  19. juice man

    juice man Well-Known Member

    Any of the defenders. Particularly Mustafi and Bellerin IMO. Could probably see some more consistency from guys like Xhaka and Iwobi.
     
  20. Vinci

    Vinci The Sultan of Unai

    You are losing it, man, calm down.

    We all love Wenger, but this thread is about who will improve under the new manager, Unai Emery, not Wenger.

    If you bothered to look into it, you would have found that Emery has a very good record integrating youth players into the first team and improving them.
     

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