The former Chelsea goalie is facing a huge difficulty in adapting to a new style of play.
Since the Cech international became a professional goalkeeper, he has only played under managers who wants him to kick the ball to the midfielders. However, the Gunners first-choice goaltender was told to play from the back by Unai Emery if he must retain his position ahead of Bernd Leno.
In the first game of the season against Manchester City, Cech misplaced a pass which almost cost the team a goal.
He needs to improve on his ball distribution in coming weeks, should he prevent Leno from taking his place in the team.
The Spanish left-back is facing huge competition from summer signing Stephan Lichtsteiner for the left-back position, therefore, he must up his game week in, week out.
So far, the former Barcelona youngster hasn’t justified his place in his compatriot’s starting lineup as his performances against the Citizens and the Blues were far from convincing.
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