From one London club to another.
In the last week sacked Tottenham Mauricio Pochettino. Now it is the turn of Arsenal, who have sacked Unai Emery.
the Nail in the coffin was Thursday's defeat at home to Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League.
Arsenal's board of directors is supposed to keep the garden held an extraordinary board meeting on Friday, where the Emerys future was discussed.
Arsenal legend Fredrik Ljungberg is going to take over trainer role temporarily in the club.
'Freddie' Ljungberg played nine seasons in the Arsenal, and has worked as a coach at Arsenal's first team under Unai Emery. Arsenal are now beginning the search for a new, permanent head coach.
Unai Emery had started with its second season as Arsenal coach, having led them to a fifth place finish in the Premier League and the Europa League final last season, where they lost to Chelsea.
After a passable start to the season is the Arsenal, however, has gone completely stuck - and it costs so Unai Emery the job.
In the seven sejrsløse games have you played draw in three Premier League home games in a row against Crystal Palace, Wolverhampton and Southampton, while in the Europa League played a draw away to Portuguese Guimaraes.
The 48-year-old spaniard was himself a professional footballer in mixed other Leganés, Toledo and Real Sociedad. Unai Emery has previously been a coach at Lorca Deportiva, Alemría, Valencia, Spartak Moscow, Sevilla and Paris Saint-Germain.
After Thursday's defeat sounded Unai Emery as a man who well knew where the bar to go, when he said: "It can't be good for the time. We are better than we are showing. We have lost self-confidence."
Updated Date: 29 November 2019, 11:00