Unai Emery has said he wants to ‘write a new history’ at Arsenal, by starting to get results against their top six rivals.
The Gunners generally have a god awful record against the other members of the top six, picking up just six points from a possible 30 against the Premier League‘s biggest clubs.
With Arsenal having gone on an eight-game unbeaten run in the league, Saturday’s clash against Jurgen Klopp’s high flying Liverpool side will prove to be a good yardstick to see how far the Gunners have progressed, and manager Unai Emery is hoping to get a positive result in order to start writing a new chapter in the clubs book of fortunes.
“We want to write a new history. The new history is in the present and also, with our players, our quality and our capacity, I believe in my players and this project,” The former PSG coach told his Friday press conference.
“We are starting this project with a very positive way with what we are doing. We are in our mentality that we also need to improve thing but each match they are giving us a lot of information for improvement and development and I trust in my players.”