Nice parting words from a man who acted with dignity from start to finish.SteveO 35 wrote: ↑Fri Nov 29, 2019 8:31 pmNot that being a decent human being counts for some on here (not all thankfully) but read this and say whether the bloke deserved "What do we think of Emery? SHIT" and "We hate Emery" from those sad pricks that call themselves fans on AFTV
"It has been an honour to be the Arsenal head coach," said Emery, who previously led Paris St-Germain to the French league title and won three Europa Leagues with Sevilla.
"To all the fans, I want to thank you all from the bottom of my heart for helping me to understand and feel the greatness of Arsenal.
"To all of you who have supported us from every corner of the globe, all of you who have come to the Emirates, all of you who have waited in the rain and cold just to greet me after a game, I would have liked nothing more than to have achieved better results for you."
He added: "It has been a year and a half full of emotions, of great moments and some other more bitter ones, but not a single day has gone by without me stopping to think about how lucky I have been to work for this club with these players and their professional and personal qualities."
Compare and contrast that to the bitter bile being spewed out from the previous fucktard
The real greatness of Arsenal is something I don’t think Emery saw though, which is a shame. He didn’t see the best of us and maybe we didn’t see the best of him either. It Just wasn’t the right fit.
However, one game in his reign that I will always remember is the 4-2 win against Sp*rs last season. Unfortunately that was the peak and it went downhill after that but it was a fantastic game that re-awoke something in me that had been dormant for years. Wenger had pretty much killed my passion with how he strangled the life out of the club so it was so good to experience a match like that again. I consider that game as the best since we left Highbury.
Also after that match, Emery said the game was for the supporters. Something Wenger never said in his entire time at the club. In fact I don’t remember him once acknowledging the supporters ... unless he was having a sly dig at us
A real pity that Emery didn’t work out but the change had to be made.