Arsenal fans won’t have to wait nine more years for another trophy

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Will this be the catalyst for Arsenal?

Date: 25th May 2014 at 8:31pm
Written by Chris Knight

After nine long and painful years, the drought is finally over. Figures vary between reports but approximately as many as 250,000 Gunners' supporters lined the streets of North London last weekend to celebrate as the Arsenal team paraded the trophy. But as the dust settles on Arsenal's latest achievement however, attention must now turn to the immediate future. It has been ten years since Arsene Wenger last got his hands on the Premier League trophy. Back then, the likes of Thierry Henry and Robert Pires swept all others aside as the "Invincibles" completed the season without a single blemish on their record. Despite another well-documented collapse in the New Year, Arsenal eventually only finished seven points adrift of the summit in the last campaign. With the overbearing weight of the drought finally lifted, the pieces seem to be in place for this FA Cup triumph to act as a springboard for even greater ... Read More


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