"The first idea for us is to create chances and then the players' confidence for starting to arrive in the box, to score", Emery said.
This has led to Arsenal putting themselves in hard positions at times, but Emery is adamant the issues are just teething problems that will soon resolve themselves.
"It would not surprise me if the visit of West Ham on Saturday was an opportunity for Unai Emery to start both Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette".
Merson gets his fair share of stick but on this occasion, he makes a valid point. It's clear that every game demands different things tactically.
Ramsey has been a key player for Arsenal in recent years and has provided 59 goals and 57 assists in 333 appearances since joining from Cardiff City 10 years ago to help the north Londoners win 3 FA Cup's over the past five seasons.
All that can be gleaned so far are drips and drabs of Emery's tactics: how he wants Arsenal to play, who he favours in the squad, and most importantly, if there is any sign of improvement after missing out on the top four last season. It's for that, on Saturday, I know that here, the supporters like him and have this respect also.
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"I thought Emery took a bit of unfair stick from the first game against Man City. To put his philosophy across and how he wants to play, I don't think it's going to happen straight away". However, playing the current Champions and FA Cup holders in your first two games is stern baptism to English football. "But I hope the best for his career".
Italy's Il Messaggero reports, Iwobi is attracting a potential deal from Lazio, who are eager to replace Felipe Anderson who recently joined West Ham.
Unai Emery is under pressure to ease the wage bill - which stands at a record £200m - and we've seen the likes of Calum Chambers, David Ospina, Lucas Perez and Joel Campbell all leave the club in recent weeks.
"At this moment the players need everybody together, the fans, the team, the manager, the owners - everybody".
"I'm not just playing football to play, I'm always playing football to win games and titles".