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In the process of time, I also cast mine eyes to the west of London towards a certain arena called Stamford Bridge where a tough Portuguese gladiator called Jose and his Russian patron once held sway majestically. This Jose was known to be full of hubris heretofore, at different times in the past naming himself 'The Special One' and 'The Only One'. For he had won many coveted silverwares
It is clear that with Sanchez Signing, Wenger is again going back to his more successful direct counter attacking fast football. Ever since Fabregas left, there has been minor change and last season we saw Arsenal ready to sit back and hit on the counter. There is a reason why Wenger did not go for the tried and tested Fabregas and went instead for Pace, Power and Athleticism. With Sanchez, Walcott, Ozil, Ramsey and Ox, We will be one of the feared teams on the counter. Days are not far when teams start panicking seeing our starting lineup.
A few seasons back one could sympathize with Arsene, he had to build squads with a meagre budget thanks to the debts incurred on building the Emirates which he did with aplomb. Key players left at regular intervals and yet he plodded on building his squads and bringing Arsenal to the brink of greatness only to have it seized due to a combination of injuries, bad luck and lack of mental strength. This while Chelsea and Man United continued to dominate the landscape of English football, a period that also heralded the rising of the blue moon in the shape of Manchester City.
A new manager would inherit a squad who have so much promise but lack the final touch, both through the need to strengthen and the lack of cover in the squad for inevitable injuries. They would inherit a group of player who have come closer to winning the league than any Arsenal time in the last few seasons, and who should be winning the FA Cup this season too. They would, crucially, inherit a squad which they can really make their mark on.
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