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Invincibles to Invisibles: Arsenal's decline over the years

May 15, 2004, the day Arsenal's name was etched in history, the day the north London club ended their campaign going unbeaten in 38 league matches. The only team to achieve this remarkable feat after Preston North End in 1888-89. From being unbeaten in 38 games to no European football, how the mighty have fallen. […] The post Invincibles to Invisibles: Arsenal's decline over the years appeared first on Arsenal Fever.
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