Arsenal staff profiles
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First made his name at Valencia, where he led the team to three third-place finishes in La Liga. Really marked himself out as a managerial heavyweight at Seville, winning three consecutive Europa League trophies. His two seasons at PSG were also trophy-laden, culminating in a domestic quadruple in 2017/18.
HEAD OF FOOTBALL RELATIONS
Effectively the club's Director of Football - the same role he held at Barcelona for 14 years. Leads player negotiations and liaises with governing bodies - an area Arsenal have been weak in since the departure of David Dein.
Legendary player for the club, making 372 appearances in the centre of defence. Became Academy coach in 2001 and Assistant Manager in 2012. Retained following arrival of Emery.
Juan Carlos Carcedo
Emery's right-hand man. First started working with him at Almeria in 2006. Since worked with him at Valencia, Spartak Moscow, Sevilla and Paris Saint-Germain.
Managed Cordoba for a brief period before being sacked in February 2014. Linked up with Emery the following summer, at Seville, and with him ever since.
Journeyman player who joined Reading as a goalkeeper coach in 2006. Moved to the Emirates in July 2017. Stayed after Emery arrival.
Joined Emery at Seville in 2013. Had a year at Swansea City, before being reunited with Arsenal's new manager at PSG.
HEAD OF ELITE PERFORMANCE
Former Liverpool man joined in July 2017, although he did not join full-time from AFL side Port Adelaide until December. Has just led a significant restructure of the club's medical department.
HEAD OF MEDICAL SERVICES
Former Ireland rugby team doctor and a veteran of two British Lions tours. Arsenal doctor since 2009. Promoted to replace Colin Lewin as Head of Medical in June 2017.
LEAD SPORTS SCIENTIST
Joined the Gunners from Aston Villa in August 2017. Had started with Villa in 2011 as an intern, working his way up to lead sports scientist.
HEAD OF PERFORMANCE
Washington State University graduate worked with German national side for a decade. Hired by Arsenal following 2014 World Cup, which Germany won.
Quit as Head Physio of Crystal Palace in May, to "return North". Subsequently appointed by Arsenal, having initially been due to join Manchester City Academy. Was at Liverpool for 11 years, with the last four as Head Physio. Worked with Arsenal Head of Performance Darren Burgess at Anfield.
Head of Rehab at Port Adelaide since November 2014. Worked with Burgess at the AFL side. Appointed by Arsenal in July 2018.
Worked with Morgan and Burgess at Liverpool. Appointed by Arsenal towards the end of the 2017/18 season.
Joined Arsenal Academy in December 2012 from Crystal Palace. Promoted to first team as part of the massive medical revamp this summer.
STRENGTH & CONDITIONING
Started working with Emery at Valencia in 2008. Had a spell with Hannover 96 in Germany before the duo linked up again at PSG.
STRENGTH & CONDITIONING
Did work with the Polish national team before joining Arsenal in July 2015.
SOFT TISSUE THERAPIST
Made name in Italy and worked with Sam Allardyce at Bolton/ West Ham. Moved to the Gunners in July 2015.
Joined the club in July 2017, replacing James Collins. Previously worked for Aspetar in Qatar for almost five years. A former Royal Marine commando.
DATA/ VIDEO ANALYST
Part of Emery's inner circle, having arrived with him in June 2018. Was originally an S&C coach, before converting to analyst when he worked with Emery at Almeria. Also alongside the manager at PSG.
Ex of Prozone, Cardiff and West Ham. With Arsenal since March 2013. Promoted to senior analyst after Ben Knapper became loan manager in February 2019.
Joined Arsenal straight from University in February 2014 as junior Academy analyst. Promoted to the first team as assistant analyst in June 2016 and then to analyst in March 2019.
May have seemed a left-field appointment, but potentially a very important one. Launched two of the most successful Candy Crush games while at King.com and is a master of science in physics and maths. Darren Burgess hopes his insights can help enhance training and reduce injuries.
Worked as a data scientist for communications companies Telefonica and Vodafone, specialising in "social network analysis, churn reduction, customer acquisition, influence spreading and predictive modelling", before joining Arsenal in October 2018.
Previously Commercial and Business Affairs Director with Team Sky. Joined in June 2017. Contract negotiations had been seen as an area of weakness for the Gunners, with several key players allowed to reach final year of their deals.
Joined from Prozone to become an analyst in 2010. Promoted to lead analyst in June 2015 before becoming the club's first loans manager in February 2019.
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