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Arsene Wenger saw ‘ingredients’ of Mikel Arteta becoming a manager and says Gunners now have the ‘financial resources’ to finally win the Premier League

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  • October 15, 2020
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The Gunners last won a league championship under the legendary French coach, all the way back in 2004 when they completed that most remarkable of achievements – going the entire league season undefeated.

Shortly after that success Wenger was hamstrung by Arsenal chiefs, as the club moved to the Emirates Stadium and had to cut back on their spending to ensure the stunning arena could be paid off.

While the north Londoners won further silverware under Wenger – picking up four FA Cups after their 2003/04 Premier League success – they slowly dropped down the table and eventually failed to even qualify for the Champions League.

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Wenger departed the Emirates soon after and his successor, Unai Emery, was sacked after only 18 months in charge, but things appear to finally be on the up under current boss – and one of Wenger’s former players – Mikel Arteta.

He only took charge last December but has already won the FA Cup, and some brilliant summer signings – including the arrivals of Willian, Gabriel Magalhaes and Thomas Partey – have many critics calling the Gunners a serious title challenger.


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