Emery was dismissed on Friday morning, after just 18 months in charge at the Emirates. "We still feel that we can achieve those goals this season, which is why we decided to make the change now". "What I want is we stay this season together and next season together but I don't know what's the best for him".
But the Frenchman, who won three Premier League titles during his nine years with the north London outfit, admits he is unlikely to return to Arsenal this season.More news: Zorc sure Sancho won't push for the January exit of Dortmund
"First and foremost, Freddie has Arsenal DNA", Kroenke continued.
"Freddie Ljungberg won't have a lot of time to implement his style and change the way Arsenal play ahead of this game but they need to get wins and they have to get a reaction", Berbatov told Betfair.
Owen wrote for Bet Victor [as quoted]: "Norwich gained a tremendous and fully-deserved win at Goodison Park on Saturday, but I think Arsenal will pose a greater attacking threat at Carrow Road and take all three points back to the capital".More news: Its impact on local economy — Small Business Saturday
Speaking to Canal Plus, ex-Arsenal midfielder Robert Pirès reacted to the club's announcement yesterday that they had sacked manager Unai Emery.
"Like all of our fans and supporters around the globe, we've been concerned about our recent string of performances", Kroenke said.
"And ultimately we came to that decision over the last several weeks as a group between myself, Raul [Sanllehi], Vinai [Venkatesham] and Edu".More news: New Orleans Saints Survive Against the Atlanta Falcons