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The Arsene Wenger era has come to an end and Arsenal start life under Unai Emery. Founded in 1886 and nicknamed the Gunners, with a cannon on their crest, Arsenal’s trademark over the past 20 years has been one of flare and beautiful attacking football. Playing their games at the Emirates Stadium in East London, thought to be the best stadium in England, Arsenal remains one of the most popular teams in the English Premier League given their rich history, flamboyant style of play and tendency to attract some of the world’s best talent. The club is the third most successful English side in terms of major trophies won, and though they hold an array of records Arsenal has not won the league since 2003-04.
Arsenal is owned by American Stan Kroenke, who not only had to replace the longest-tenured coach in English football but also the club’s chief executive as former executive Ivan Gazidis left his post to take the same job with AC Milan in Italy.
Having finished 6th last season and out of the Champions League was well short of the organization’s ambitions and as such will look to rebound this season. Unlike other big names clubs in Europe who recycle managers constantly Arsenal has been under the direction of one manager for so long that it will be interesting to see how they approach the Emery era. Much like Wenger, Emery is committed to a fast-paced brand of attacking football, and the striker tandem on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette will be asked to lead this team to success.
Arsenal has never been short of big-name players. Legendary goalkeepers like David Seaman, tenacious defenders including Terry Neil and Sol Campbell, classy midfielders such as Patrick Viera and Dennis Bergkamp and top-class strikers like Ian Wright and Thierry Henry are among the greats that the Gunners have featured over their decorated history.
While the Gunners have frustrated fans in recent seasons coming agonizingly close to Premier League success, you can always bank on them being in the mix at the business end of the season. Glory can’t be too far away for the Gunners.