Nike - Arsenal 2010/11 Away Football Shirt
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All products are brand new unless else stated. The condition of our used products are rated according to a 6-9 scale,
9/10 - Very good condition, almost new. Few signs of wear.
8/10 - Good condition, used but maintained well. Signs of wear.
7/10 - Used with love, clear signs of wear such as scratches, star loss etc.
6/10 - The last dance, looks for a new owner for the last time.
We call our used items "Pre-Loved" as they have been worn with care and love.
Premier League: Arsenal finished 4th in the Premier League, securing a spot in the following season's UEFA Champions League qualifiers. They were in the title race for much of the season but fell away towards the end. The team played some attractive football and were part of several memorable matches, including a notable 2-1 victory over Barcelona in the Champions League round of 16 first leg at the Emirates Stadium.
UEFA Champions League: In the UEFA Champions League, after defeating Barcelona in the first leg, Arsenal were knocked out in the second leg at the Camp Nou. Despite taking the lead through a goal by Sergio Busquets (own goal), they eventually lost the tie 3-1 (4-3 on aggregate) in a match that included a controversial red card for Robin van Persie.
League Cup: One of the most heartbreaking moments of the season came in the League Cup final against Birmingham City. Arsenal were favorites to win but were stunned by a late goal following a mix-up between goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny and defender Laurent Koscielny, which allowed Obafemi Martins to score the winner for Birmingham.
FA Cup: Arsenal's FA Cup campaign ended in the quarter-finals, where they were defeated by Manchester United. It was another disappointment in a cup competition for a side that was looking to end a trophy drought that had lasted since the FA Cup victory in 2005.
Squad and Key Players:
- Robin van Persie: The Dutch forward was one of the standout players for the team, contributing with important goals.
- Samir Nasri: Having a particularly strong season, Nasri was a key creative force in midfield.
- Cesc Fàbregas: The captain and midfield maestro was central to Arsenal's style of play.
- Jack Wilshere: This season was a breakthrough for the young English midfielder, who put in several mature performances, especially in the Champions League.
Style of Play: Managed by Arsène Wenger, the team continued to play the attractive, attacking, and possession-based football that the manager was known for. However, defensive frailties and a lack of ruthlessness in front of goal were seen as reasons for their inability to secure trophies.