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Are Arsenal capable of doing the double?

Date: 30th April 2014 at 6:31pm
Written by Christy Malyan

Arsenal's 2013/14 campaign has been a significant one for many reasons. It was kicked off by the £42.2million signing of Mesut Ozil, ending a long, unwelcomed run of summer transfer windows at the Emirates where Arsene Wenger had refused to invest substantial, premium sums in a single player. Previously, the Gunners' biggest buy was their £15million purchase of Andrei Arshavin in 2009, and prior to that, their £13million swoop of Sylvain Wiltord had remained the Gunners' record transfer for eight and a half years. Likewise, having spent the vast majority of the season in pole position, this is the first Arsenal campaign for some time in which they've been able to upset the balance of power at the Premier League's summit, and albeit, rather briefly, distance themselves from their seemingly eternal battle of qualifying for the Champions League.  The Emirates faithful will be disappointed however that their Premier League hopes have once again whittled down to a top four finish, following a recent slump in form. And now, with their place at Wembley assured, Arsenal have the opportunity to end their nine-term silverware drought when they face Hull City in the FA Cup final, fatally coinciding with Wenger's ... Read More


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