Unai Emery was chosen as the manager to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal in the summer of 2018, a position he held until his departure in November 2019.
The boss is famed for his man management, intensity, and meticulous preparation, which have in turn taken him far in the managerial arena.
Emery started life out at Lorca Deportiva in 2004, moving to Almeria in 2006, before earning a big move to Valenica two years later. Under financial restrictions Emery, in his second season, led Los Che back into the Champions League after registering a 3rd-place finish - a standing he repeated in the following two campaign.
A brief and unsuccessful spell in Russia, with Spartak Moscow, followed, only top return to Spain in early 2013 with Sevilla. Emery enjoyed great success with the club, leading them to a hat-trick of Europa League crowns, before moving to Paris in June 2016 where he won a league title, and six domestic cups.
|Arsenal||84||46||15||23||54.8||23 May 2018 - 29 Nov 2019|
|Paris St Germain||114||87||15||12||76.3||28 Jun 2016 - 14 May 2018|
|Sevilla||205||107||43||55||52.2||14 Jan 2013 - 12 Jun 2016|
|Spartak Moscow||26||12||3||11||46.2||13 May 2012 - 25 Nov 2012|
|Valencia||220||107||58||55||48.6||20 May 2008 - 14 May 2012|
|Almeria||84||39||20||25||46.4||01 Jul 2006 - 20 May 2008|
|Lorca||70||34||16||20||48.6||01 Nov 2004 - 30 Jun 2006|