Arsenal striker, Alexandre Lacazette is all out to defend Gunners manager, Unai Emery, who has been under fire due to his side’s poor performance this season.
Lacazette condemned the fans who are attacking Emery for his performance this season and not praise him when they were on a good run last season.
The pressure on the 48-year-old increased after his side lost to Leicester on Saturday in a 2-0 defeat leaving the North London side with just one win in their last six Premier League games.
Emery recently had to deal with the club’s fan disagreement with Granit Xhaka and stripping him of the captaincy band.
Lacazette said the international break will give Arsenal the chance to retrace their steps into winning ways when they play Southampton on November 24.
He noted that the previous season the club were unbeaten in 20 games in a row and nobody said anything about the coach or manager.
“I hope we are going to come back well. We want to be top four, of course.”
“Now we are nine points behind Chelsea and Leicester and it is going to be hard, but everything is possible in football.”