New coach, new players, new philosophy. It all looked like it was it going well for arsenal football club, the fans finally trusting the process. According to the Barclays Premier League Arsenal were on top of the table for 93% of the season - yet all might change. Manchester City are 1 point behind with 2 games in hand, only with 5 games to go. It’s really out of Arsenal’s hand and in City’s. 


Regardless of the outcome of this season, Arsenal have numerous breakthrough stars who have easily cemented themselves within the starting xi as well as endeared themselves to the fans. Arsenal have the youngest squad in the Premier League - theoretically they can push for glory for the good part of the decade. 

Martin Odegard being one of the breakthrough stars : captaining Arsenal at the tender age of 24 and repeatedly showing a winners mentality. Bakayo Saka also being a catalyst to Arsenals success he is the only player in the premier league to score and assist double figures! 


Ultimately, despite Arsenals surprise of a season, they will remain trophy-less and their drought will continue. Mikel Arteta, Arsenal coach, has to thank his former boss, pep Guordiolo - Manchester City manager, for his recent success. Many football shareholders believe mikel’s philosophy is based on pep’s. Alas the student remains the student and will not become the master just yet. With Arsenal hopes of domestic success being very slim whilst their dreams of European euphoria being obsolete. Manchester City are still competing in all competitions, Fa cup, Premier League and Champions league, hence they are on course to a historic treble