Unai Emery: We never wants to play against Liverpool

Unai Emery: We never wants to play against Liverpool

Arsenal manager Unai Emery said "never wants to play against Liverpool" as he previews his side's trip to Anfield. Both Liverpool and Arsenal have six points after the two opening games of the Premier League season.
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