Unai Emery is back again blaming everybody around him for his own failures.
Despite the fact he hasn’t shut up about his time at Arsenal since being shown the door, Unai Emery has given what the Daily Mail bill as his first interview since leaving The Emirates.
The interview is as predictable as his awful tactics and cowardly approach.
A few lowlights I picked out before getting too annoyed to read any more include:
He claims he had more protection at ALL the clubs he’s been at except Arsenal.
Given that he’s managed seven clubs and been sacked by three of them, I smell a big fat porkie. He was sacked by Spartak Moscow after just six months. At PSG, they couldn’t get him out of the door fast enough while at Arsenal he was given at least six months longer than he should have been.
Then he blames Mesut Ozil for not being good enough to be an Arsenal captain despite picking him twice himself.
Ozil did not name himself captain, Emery did that. Twice and then set about destroying as much of his confidence as possible.
He does take some of the blame, but as little as possible:
To be honest, as I mentioned above, I couldn’t read the whole interview. To see his face everywhere on a day when we finally got to look forward to some actual football was just too much.
Take it elsewhere, Unai, we’re sick looking at you and have been for a long time.