"My job is to prepare for the match, to show the best performance in front of our supporters".
Among the candidates, the two men with the strongest chances of becoming the next Arsenal boss could be Massimiliano Allegri and Nuno Esprito Santo.
The 48-year-old Spaniard has come under increasing pressure in his second season in charge - taking over after Arsene Wenger's almost three decade reign came to an end - with the team on a run of six games without a win.
"This is the first thing we need to change".
"Each match here in the Emirates is very important for that. the players need to feel backing them".
A win for Arsenal will secure a spot in the knockout stages for the Gunners while Frankfurt will look to spoil the party.
"In my career 15 years I had some situations like today", he added.
It is believed, though, that Arsenal are reluctant to replace their manager mid-season and that were they to let Emery go, club legends Steve Bould and Fredrik Ljungberg would take charge in the interim.
Consequently, the Poissy-born footballer has been praised and criticised in equal measure, with many feeling he's one of the Gunners' best performers, whilst others have questioned his composure and discipline - Guendouzi now has four yellow cards to his name.
Nuno Espirito Santo has not only helped the club move from the Championship to the Premier League but right now they are also playing in the Europa League with their next game coming up against FC Braga on Thursday.
"I could put a team together that is more organized than that". I know we need to improve. In those moments I need to be focused for my work and focused with the players.
"I am still here", he said.
As you can imagine, there are a few hot takes out there regarding Xhaka's inclusion, and a few fans chose to go with a positive reaction.
"They [the fans] are angry and now disappointed, but we are as well".
"This is why I make the point that while it is the manager's responsibility and the players are letting him down, the hierarchy has got to make a stand". We admit more goals than we wanted and the opposition creates more opportunities than we wanted.