Villarreal appoint ex-Arsenal boss Emery as manager

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Unai Emery was assigned by Arsenal after the departure of Arsene Wenger in 2018, but he was sacked last November after a series of terrible performances.

It is official Samuel Chukwueze's Villarreal has announced Unai Emery as their next manager the former Arsenal coach signed a three-year deal.

Villarreal have won the race for his signature, with the 48-year-old opting to take on a new challenge back his homeland.

But the Spaniard has found a new job and will be the coach of Villarreal for the next three seasons.

"Unai Emery is a well-respected coach with vast experience in football around the world, and has managed top-level clubs such as Paris Saint-German and Arsenal FC".

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'In addition, he knows LaLiga perfectly, after having completed two successful stages at the helm of Sevilla FC and Valencia CF'.

"Emery started his sporting career at Lorca Deportiva, managing to get them promoted to Segunda Division".

While success eluded him in England, Emery has a proven track record of getting Spanish teams into the Champions League, finishing third three times with Valencia in addition to his Europa League feats with Sevilla.

He also enjoyed a brief spell in Russian Federation, coaching Spartak Moscow for six months in 2012.

Villarreal secured a fifth-place finish on the final day in La Liga, qualifying for next season's Europa League, but sacked manager Javier Calleja the following afternoon.

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