F best coaches in world says Arse­nal’s Emery

Sunday Express - - FOOTBALL RBY DAY -

a good mo­ment in their sea­son, so it’s go­ing to be tough.

“In his­tory, how­ever, Arse­nal are bet­ter at other mo­ments than Tot­ten­ham.

“This match is in our sta­dium with our sup­port­ers and we want to show them our best work.

“We want them to see our en­ergy and our per­for­mance, and in re­turn we want to feel them push­ing us.”

Vic­tory for Arse­nal would take them into the top four for the first time this sea­son and above Spurs in the ta­ble, level on 30 points but with a su­pe­rior goal dif­fer­ence.

De­feat would leave Arse­nal six points adrift and still try­ing to play catch-up in the first sea­son for 23 years that Arsene Wenger is not in­volved in this show­down.

Wenger fa­mously had no time for the tra­di­tional af­ter-match drinks shared by foot­ball man­agers.

It will be dif­fer­ent this time. What­ever the re­sult to­day, Emery and Po­chet­tino will re­main united in a long-stand­ing friend­ship.

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