Dreams and aspirations for the year ahead !

The 2014 – 15 season for Arsenal Football Club was a relatively successful one for the club. Having reached the direct rounds of the elite cup competition of Europe, The UEFA Champions League for the 18th year in succession and having won the oldest cup competition in the world, The FA Cup for a record 12th term.London's most successful club, Arsenal FCVeteran manager, Arsene Wenger has always stated with the right additions to the team, the club can compete for titles in the years to come, and his beliefs were shown light when the club finally ended their trophy drought of 9 years by winning the FA Cup in the year 2014 and then went on defending it by defeating Aston Villa in the 2015 Final at Wembley Stadium.
New Signing, Petr Cech will hope to solve defensive woes for ArsenalThe 2015 – 16 campaign looks bright for Arsenal already with the signing of veteran goalkeeper, Petr Cech from arch rivals, Chelsea Football Club. Cech who had been resigned to the bench during the previous season due to the emergence of young prodigy, Thibaut Courtois, looks for new pastures and with this signing, Arsenal are secured a power pack goalkeeper who will look forward to play beautiful football under charismatic manager, Arsene Wenger.The other additions that Arsene needs to make to the squad before the new campaign commences will be an out and out striker, and with the names of Karim Benzema and Gonzalgo Higuain being rung around the club will surely make the fans look forward to another successful season for the club. Who knows, come May of 2016 and Arsenal might just be, the Premier League Champions!


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