Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's Brother Deletes Comment About Granit Xhaka's Arsenal Captaincy

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Unai Emery has called on Granit Xhaka to "stand up" and change the opinion of the majority of Arsenal fans after he was chosen by his team-mates to be the club's new captain.

Xhaka's appointment on a permanent basis comes just a week after the 27-year-old was jeered by his own supporters after being substituted in the second half of the 3-2 win over Aston Villa.

The Arsenal boss has been on the lookout for a new captain after Laurent Koscielny left the club in the summer and has taken time to make his decision.

Emery is still deliberating over a vice-captain, with forwards Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang understood to be the leading contenders.

"It depends how he's feeling, but in his mind, he's feeling very well and I think the first minutes tonight were fantastic for him".

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"And also show outside, keep moving ahead, playing, improving, your behaviour, commitment and each match for him, for me, for everybody, is a very good opportunity to show our capacity". The most important things about Hector are his attitude and experience. "He said I'm ready and wanted to play." .

While his on-field performances have come under some scrutiny, his temporary captaincy has helped Arsenal to a strong start to the season, as they sit fourth in the Premier League having secured comfortable wins in their opening Europa League and EFL Cup matches.

Unai Emery's side head into the game in 4 place after winning three, drawing two and losing one in the league this campaign.

Rob Holding and Mesut Ozil are part of the five-man leadership group, it is believed, and the English defender revealed that system will remain in place.

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