Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette has revealed that new manager Unai Emery and longest-serving manager at the club Arsene Wenger are absolutely different types of coaches.
Lacazette, who was signed by Wenger in the summer of 2017, has played 39 games and scored 17 goals under the French manager.
“The manager just told me to play my game and said we will win if I play well. There is a lot of difference under the new manager. You can’t really compare the two coaches – they are their own men when it comes to football,” Lacazette is quoted as saying by Goal.
“Even if the aim is still to play and hurt the opposition with the ball, there are some big differences. I knew I could help the team. What I do is different to everyone else. I just want to play and help my team all the time.”
“When you come off the bench you have to be ready for your teammates, it is what I tried to do and obviously it helped us to get the win.”
Lacazette, who featured all three Premier League games this season as a substitute, is expected to start when Arsenal take on Cardiff City on Sunday at Cardiff City Stadium.