The Czech appeared to struggle with the policy of playing out from the back in the 2-0 loss at home to Manchester City on Sunday.
Arsenal legend Ian Wright admits he is anxious about the performance of three of Unai Emery's top players against Manchester City on Sunday, August 12, Express says. "He has experience, he has quality, he has the capacity", he added. "I think today is for not happy with the result, but the next matches to prepare well".
The 36-year-old survived a heart-stopping moment in the first half when he nearly scored an own-goal, leading some to ask why summer signing Bernd Leno didn't start between the sticks.More news: U.S. drug overdose deaths surge amid fentanyl scourge
Emery dismissed the idea that Cech would be dropped in favour of £20 million keeper Leno ahead of the London derby at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
"We need to keep our personality, keep our mentality", Emery said.
During Wenger's final years, supporters at the Emirates Stadium fantasised that their team were still an exquisite antithesis to opponents who they claimed preferred to play direct. We saw that the team maybe even tried harder against Man City after going behind, and the new coach is insistent that they must try their hardest for the full 90 minutes no matter what happens.
"For Saturday, the decision for me is easy, because we'll continue to start the match with Petr Cech".More news: Wallaby 'Tongan Thor' out of Bledisloe opener
He said: "It is clear the result is not good for us but the process is continuing".
Arsenal's next fixture is away to Chelsea this Saturday.
Nacho Monreal, meanwhile, replaces stand-in left-back Ainsley Maitland Niles who suffered a broken fibula against the champions. I want a consistency in our way.
Speaking to Ominsport, Wright said: "Unai Emery needs at least, if we're talking transfer window terms, he needs at least three or four transfer windows". Regular left-back Sead Kolasinac is also out for a similar period with a knee injury.More news: Potrait of Kofi Annan, the peacemaker