Arsenal fans in the Transfer Tavern will be encouraged with life under Unai Emery as he begins to make the club his and help take them back into the Champions League.
The Spaniard took over from Arsene Wenger and is determined to bring his own approach to the Gunners, which includes making changes to the backroom staff as he wants to begin things fresh.
According to reports in The Sun, Emery is set to appoint five of his former staff members from his time at Paris Saint-Germain, which could signal the end of a number of Arsenal legends. The likes of Steve Bould and Jens Lehmann could be about to depart as he looks to reunite with Juan Carlos Carcedo and Pablo Villa.
However, it has also been claimed that the former stars could be asked to play a different role, with their knowledge of the club being vital to the new manager. Bould has been asked to be a link-man between Emery and the players, whereas the club are still hoping to find a position for Lehmann somewhere.
The changes being made at the Emirates Stadium could work in two ways for the Gunners, with many of the locals in the Tavern feeling it will have a positive outcome.
It would be a good idea for Emery to keep the likes of Bould and Lehmann involved on a daily basis to liaise with the players and give the Spaniard feedback, whilst he brings his own backroom staff to help bring a new style of football to north London.
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