The new season will mark the 10-year anniversary of Arsenal’s Invincibles campaign.
With a squad full of talented players who remain a delight to recall, Arsene Wenger’s eighth season in charge of the Gunners set a milestone of brilliance and respect in the history of the Premier League.
Arsenal was a team of balance from back to front, controlling the game with physical strength and finishing with fluidity thanks to the genius of Thierry Henry, Robert Pires and Dennis Bergkamp.
Highbury was the stage to one of the most impressive championship campaigns the world of football ever witnessed but, unfortunately, Arsenal have buried their most iconic performances at their former home.
Sadly, 2013-14 also represents the tenth anniversary of the Gunners' last Premier League title, which has been followed by a solitary FA Cup success. The Mourinho-Chelsea prompted Arsenal's slide, and the decline of the Gunners has become more evident has the decade has moved on.
The Emirates Stadium has yet to witness a title winning Arsenal. Ten years ahead of their prime moment, the Gunners’ ammunition lacks punch and efficiency, and has timid hopes of finding triumph again this season.
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