Finishing second in the Premier League - which after the Swansea result is no longer in Arsenal's control - and retaining the FA Cup would be considered as an excellent end to the 2014/2015 campaign for Arsenal, but it may be a season that the Gunners may look back on with a feeling of disappointment. The side never really came close to mounting a serious challenge for the league title, while the manner of Arsenal’s Champions League exit at the hands of Monaco took many by surprise.
With Man United's capture of the ridiculously named Memphis Depay before the end of the season escaping even the keenest of eyes in the media, one question remains - What else is going on that we aren't aware of?
Match Preview: Swansea vs. Arsenal– Premier League 11.May.2015
For the second week in a row, we wait until Monday to do battle. With the Prem title in Chelsea’s hands, we turn our attention to finishing second, which would be our best finish since 2004-05 when we again finished behind Chelsea. Repeating that season, in which we also won the FA Cup, would position us as legitimate challengers to the Chelsea-Man City hegemony of the last few seasons. First, though, we have to fight our way past Swansea.
Match Review: Hull City 1 Arsenal 3 - Premier League 04.05.15
The league title may have proved a step too far for Arsenal this season, but on Monday night they turned on the style and sent out a reminder that this side can produce some truly magic football. Not many would have predicted that we would be the closest challengers to Chelsea this season, but the team is showing signs of taking the next step and mounting a serious challenge for the title after being also-rans for so long.
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- Judge Wenger In May
- The Steve Bould Origin Story
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