'Incredible' Arteta won't be Arsenal boss, says Guardiola

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Then for me, it's about supporting them.

"I don't want any coach losing his job but the club's not going forward, it's not progressing". I really appreciate that.

The north London giants had the flawless chance to end a four-match winless streak in the league on Saturday but they squandered the same with a poor defensive display.

Arsenal host Eintracht Frankfurt on Thursday with Emery under mounting pressure following a series of poor performances this season and questions over his team selections and tactics.

Pep Guardiola says he would like Mikel Arteta to stay at Manchester City amid reports linking him with the Arsenal manager's job.

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Of course we can play a bit better. "But in the end football is always determined by the results". Against Leganes we created two goals through set pieces that we created.

It's a shame for him that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette are so good and established, or he would be playing more in the Premier League. "We are going to finish the season but in the future I don't know what's going to happen".

"He is a good manager, I think he will make a success with Arsenal".

"I am trying some different tactical decisions, using our players in the best possible positions for them".

"My wish is the supporters help the team because we need them". In those moments I need to be focused for my work and focused with the players.

While they may not play attractive, possession-based football, Santo's teams are quick on the break, defend well and hard to break down - qualities that Arsenal desperately need in their team to minimise a tough transition period.

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The former manager of Seville and Paris Saint-Germain has tinkered between two and three center-backs in different formations, but does not believe that their system is the reason they admit so many goals.

"We need to be strong and together". We admit more goals than we wanted and the opposition creates more opportunities than we wanted.

"I will never mention an issue that's not a reality".

The only positivity fans look forward to, is Unai Emery being relieved of his duties. If they miss out, the club fear they will have no chance of retaining or attracting the right players to strengthen the squad and keep their plans on track.

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