"It's not good news when one of our coaches is finished". 'Our demand is very big but also the level is a very high level with the other teams, ' said the Spaniard.
But now it's all over, which has prompted Arsenal's chief photographer, Stuart MacFarlane, to make one last dig at Mourinho as he begins managerial unemployment. "But we have to give ourselves a bit of credit that we were able to go on this unbeaten run and now we have to start over again".
The centre-back positions need to be occupied by a quality player like Rob Holding or any player better than the youngster.
On the free drinks, he added: 'I think it was the ideal step to help us.
It led to scenes of jubilation and a lap of honour at the end as Saints enjoyed their first Premier League win on home soil since April.
They can not do our way. We're working every day and this work is only for us, not for anyone else. Tomorrow, that's against Tottenham.
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The standing ovation he received ahead of kick off set the tone for a raucous afternoon as Southampton fans lapped up their new manager's high-octane approach. This respect is by playing with a big motivation and a lot of excitement to win against them. The third goal was a fantastic moment, very emotional. I think showing our emotion, the players, the fans and me, is good.
"The control of the game in 90 minutes was more for us than them".
But Emery will not be stopping players from showing their passion although he is clear they can not cross a line. I think football is emotion. "And in a derby, this emotion is maybe more great. There were spells where we didn't defend well as a group", Arsenal winger Alex Iwobi said. But respect is very important.
On the banana skin thrown towards Aubameyang... I was speaking about the match, the focus in our game, in our tactical things and individually things to improve.
The loss saw Arsenal slip three points behind fourth-place Chelsea and five behind Tottenham, meaning there is little room for further slip-ups during the busy holiday period if they want to stay in touch with the top four. Football is like that. "Only when we analyse this match can we take a more real opinion about the goals we conceded".
"We have a lot of work to do".
"With a small action they scored the third goal". It will be the second time that the two North London giants meet this month after Unai Emery's side prevailed 4-2 in the Premier League earlier this month.