Arsenal duo Mesut Ozil and Alexandre Lacazette have aimed digs at former head coach Unai Emery, insisting the club is 'happier' and 'tactically' better under Mikel Arteta.
Emery was appointed as Arsenal boss in May 2018 after Arsene Wenger stepped down but he was sacked after just one and half-seasons after the club struggled to register good results. Former player Mikel Arteta took over from Emery in December and has led the north London side to only three wins and Lacazette and Ozil say the team is now 'happier' and 'tactically' better.
"As a team, we are much happier and everyone wants to give everything for this club. Especially tactically we improve a lot and I hope in the future we will be more successful," said Ozil while at Arsenal’s Dubai warm-weather training camp.
"We are more together now," Lacazette added.
"The way we think as well on the pitch and outside the pitch. Tactically we are better and we’re going to see a big improvement in the next few weeks."
Arsenal, who are currently 10th on the log with 31 points will host Newcastle United at the Emirates on Sunday 16th in a Premier League encounter.
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