Unai Emery was appointed Arsenal head coach on 23 May 2018, replacing Arsene Wenger after his 22 years as manager at the club.
The Spaniard spent most of his playing career in his homeland’s second division, retiring at the age of 32 with third-tier side Lorca Deportiva.
He became the club’s coach and immediately oversaw promotion to the second division. The next season Lorca missed out on a place in LaLiga by only five points.
Emery took over at Almeria in 2006 and took them to LaLiga in his first season, before guiding them to an eighth-place finish the next.
He spent the next four years at Valencia, guiding them to three successive third-place finishes from 2009/10 to 2011/12 before departing for a brief spell at Spartak Moscow.
Emery took over at Sevilla midway through 2012/13 and won the UEFA Europa League in each of his three full seasons there, earning a move to Paris Saint-Germain in the summer of 2016.
The French side won both domestic cups in each of Emery’s first two seasons in France, completing a treble in 2017/18 as PSG won the Ligue 1 title.
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