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How Arsenal could line up in 2018-19

It has been a summer of seismic change for Arsenal, with decreasing levels of performances - and perhaps just as importantly decreasing crowd sizes - spelling the end of Arsene Wenger's 22-year reign in North London. Unai Emery is the new man in the Emirates Stadium dugout and his trophy-laden track record suggests that brighter times could be ahead for the Gunners following their lowest league finish since 1994-95. However, it is always difficult to follow a long-serving boss and there are plenty of things that need to be sorted if Emery is to have an early impact - from the leaky defence to the perceived lack of steel throughout the team. Emery moved quickly and operated well on a tight...
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