Super Eagles forward Alex Iwobi has revealed the key difference between former boss Arsene Wenger and new manager Unai Emery.
Wenger left after 22 years in charge during the summer and was replaced by the Spaniard.
Emery’s start to life in England hasn’t been easy with the Gunners being beaten by Manchester City and Chelsea in their opening two Premier League games.
Arsenal have a chance to get their first points on the board on Saturday as they host West Ham (3 pm).
Iwobi has been at Arsenal since the age of nine and shone at the end of last season under Wenger.
But the 22-year-old is enjoying life under Emery too, despite admitting there’s more to focus on with the former PSG boss.
“He demands a lot,” Iwobi said. “He’s a lot more intense.
“A lot of high pressing and keeping the ball so that it benefits us if we have the ball.
“It’s good for us, especially the attackers who like to have the ball a lot.
“It’s exciting times to be fair. Everybody’s enjoying and buying into the new ideas.
Culled – Mirror Football
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