Unai Emery’s Unbelievable Trophy Record Has Arsenal Fans Dreaming Of Cup Success

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Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has reiterated his desire to return to football next year but admits it would be "odd" to work in England again.

Speaking at the launch of "The Twinning Project" to Sky Sports News at Wembley, he said of his return to football: "Certainly at the beginning of 2019".

"I'm here at Wembley where I played many games and have good memories, and of course you miss that".

The interest from the Premier League bigwigs also gives Watford the chance to drive up his price and the club are believed to be eyeing a fee north of the €40m mark to sell. He knows the level of this team and said to me it would be hard.

Arsenal and Chelsea have progressed into the quarter-final of the Carabao Cup. "I felt I worked very hard and I think I left it (the club) in good shape".

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Under new manager Unai Emery, Arsenal are now fourth in the table, just four points behind Premier League leaders and reigning champions Manchester City, despite losing their first two league games this term.

O'Connor, however, was sent off with six minutes remaining for clattering substitute Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Arsenal held out to reach the last eight.

It was Leno who played in the last round of the Carabao Cup against Brentford, while the 26-year-old German worldwide has also been Arsenal's Europa League goalkeeper this season.

"You know, when you look at the last season we have had at home, we had championship form because we won 15 games, two draws and two defeats".