"My job is to prepare for the match, to show the best performance in front of our supporters".
The difference in style of play could be a stumbling block in Santo's appointment at Arsenal, as the London side's fans have been spoilt with the kind of football they played in their heydays when former manager Arsene Wenger was in charge.
Unai Emery has had a disastrous 2019-20 campaign with the Gunners as they are right now winless in their last five Premier League matches and there has been a buzz about sacking him even before this month comes to an end.
"He made more changes in the half hour than anyone else, that's what you expect from a team that is near the bottom of the league, just spinning and trying things out".
The Gunners are off to another disappointing start to the season, currently sitting 8 points behind the UCL places and are now 8th in the Premier League table.
"He is a good manager, I think he will make a success with Arsenal".
"Most important is to connect with the supporters", said Emery. And, at the moment, we haven't achieved that balance to be strong.
Guardiola also claimed Arteta's managerial credentials were clear from early on in their working relationship, believing the midfield role which both he and Arteta occupied in their playing days provides the ideal platform for a coaching career. The French midfielder spoke to Omnisport, where he said his verdict on his former club.
"But really, my wish is tomorrow that the supporters and every supporter helps the team because we need them". "I enjoy the players and the preparation because I love that work". The incident of Granit Xhaka has put him further backfoot after the striping of captaincy didn't go too well in the Arsenal dressing room.
And though they have not given up hope of Emery's appointment working out, their predicament is becoming harder to ignore. We have a very good opportunity to do that. Overall, Arsenal have won six and drawn four of their opening ten league and cup matches at the Emirates. "They need it more than me because they're on the pitch and they need to feel them backing them over 90 minutes".