Unai Emery begs Arsenal fans to be patience as he begins rebuilding after Chelsea defeat

Unai Emery begs Arsenal fans to be patience as he begins rebuilding after Chelsea defeat

- Unai Emery failed to get Arsenal back to Champions League in his first season in charge of the club

- Emery has now appealed for patience from club fans as he undertakes rebuilding

- The Spaniard sealed a fifth-place finish for the Gunners in the just concluded 2018/19 season

Arsenal manager Unai Emery has appealed to the club's fans to be patient with him during his rebuilding process at the Emirates Stadium.

The Gunners wrapped up the season with a disappointing 4-1 defeat to fellow Premier League side Chelsea in the Europa League final at the Baku Olympic Stadium.

Eden Hazard, Olivier Giroud and Pedro were all on target to see the Blues clinch their second UEFA second tier championship last night.

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Emery's men also blew the last opportunity to play in the Champions League next season having failed to finish in the top four positions on the EPL table.

However, Chelsea were too much for the north Londoners as the Blues produced a masterclass performance in the second half to win the encounter.

Speaking after Arsenal's comprehensive defeat in Baku, Emery admitted a Champions League qualification was one of his ambitions.

We knew it would be difficult, and we are in our process. I want to say to all the supporters we are in this process,” he told a press conference.

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He, however, exuded confidence his side is on the right path, urging fans to remain calm as he rebuilds the club.

Really the first target has not been achieved this year, but I think we are closer, firstly in the Premier League, and second in this competition, playing the final," he submitted

Legit.ng earlier reported that Chelsea demolish Arsenal 4-1 to win their second Europa League trophy on Wednesday night.

Eden Hazard's brace and a goal each from Pedro and Giroud were all the Blues needed to render Alex Iwobi's superb volley a mere consolation at the end of the match.

The Stamford Bridge outfit have now won the UEFA second tier title for the second time having emerged victorious for the first time in 2013.

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