Unai Emery hails Guendouzi’s "personality" after Premier League debut

Petr Cech

"If in the future Bernd starts, I believe in him also". Also, with Bernd Leno [it's the same]. He has experience, he has quality, he has the capacity'.

But despite Cech's opening-day struggles, he has the backing of manager Unai Emery.

'I am very happy with his [Cech's] performance.

Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech accused Bayer Leverkusen of lacking "professionalism and sportsmanship" after he was the subject of some social media jibes from the Bundesliga club.

City are much more talented than Arsenal right now; they are much better organized right now and, for that, we shouldn't put too much weight on the first game of the season.

"We want the competition between the goalkeepers and also every player in the squad", said the Spaniard.

Arsenal fans have been desperate to see Aubameyang and Lacazette link up in a dual-forward system but it is likelier that Emery will start the former on the left wing and the latter up top, should he elect to play bot together. "We are in this process".

"We didn't lose because of our personality, our idea, our style".

However, the Spanish coach, who replaced Arsene Wenger during the recently concluded offseason, told the Daily Mail following City's win that Cech would remain his number one until he is given a reason to change his mind. We need - with security, with confidence - to build in each match and training session. "We want to prepare for each match by putting difficulty and demands on the opposition".

Earlier in the day, Spurs entertain Fulham at Wembley, but Chelsea vs Arsenal is undoubtedly the big one when it comes to Saturday's clashes involving two London teams.

Arsenal still have issues at left-back heading into the game, with Ainsley Maitland-Niles ruled out for up to eight weeks after fracturing his leg against Man City when filling in in that role.

Experienced Swiss worldwide Lichtsteiner is a right-back by trade and Emery is hopeful Monreal will be fit to face Chelsea after returning to training this week.

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