At the moment, I don't know if he can play in Manchester.
And the former Cameroon defender who was a key member of the Invincibles has explained how the gaffer's decisions changed the game for the Gunners who are yet to lose a Premier League game since the back-to-back losses to Chelsea and Manchester City in August.
His team's deserved 4-2 win over Tottenham in Sunday's pulsating north London derby was their first over another team from the big six for more than a year, suggesting that Emery is mending their weaknesses. "Like last week in Bournemouth, and like Wednesday in Manchester".
And although they fought back through Dier - whose shushing celebration to home fans drew an angry response from Arsenal substitutes and led to a touchline scuffle - and Kane, fatigue duly set in.
"We condemn this action and welcome the investigation", Kick It Out said.
Injuries to Davinson Sanchez and Jan Vertonghen created an opening in the Spurs defence this season, with Foyth playing four times in the league.
"You can see it evolving, this team". His present is as I want, and his future is very important for him and his family.
"It's a big challenge because it is away and we need to improve our mentality away", he added. I think in the last matches his focus [is there].
The Arsenal manager responded to reporters simply with "I don't know" when asked whether the former Germany worldwide would be watching the match.
However, Emery refused to answer a direct question on whether Ramsey could still stay at the club beyond this season.
"Some teams are more advantaged than us", he said. "It's one situation that was closed one or two months ago. We are always eager to learn and that is the important thing". "He has the commitment, the behaviour and the performances like yesterday - that's the best for him and for us".