Puma - Arsenal 2018/19 Goalkeeper Football Shirt
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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.
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The 2018/19 season was one of transition and change for Arsenal Football Club. It was the first campaign in over two decades without long-time manager Arsène Wenger at the helm. Here's an overview of Arsenal's 2018/19 season:
Management: The season marked the beginning of a new era with the appointment of Unai Emery as the head coach. The former Paris Saint-Germain and Sevilla manager was brought in to rejuvenate the squad and bring back Champions League football to the Emirates Stadium.
Premier League: In the Premier League, Arsenal finished in 5th place, narrowly missing out on a top-four finish and thus failing to secure automatic qualification for the Champions League. They showed moments of promise and had a particularly strong mid-season run, but inconsistency, particularly in away games, proved costly.
Europa League: Arsenal had a significant run in the UEFA Europa League, reaching the final under the guidance of Emery, who had won the competition three times with Sevilla. However, the final in Baku was a disappointment for the Gunners as they were defeated 4-1 by Chelsea. This loss not only denied them a trophy but also a backdoor entry into the next season's Champions League.
Domestic Cups: In domestic cup competitions, Arsenal's journey was short-lived. They were knocked out in the fourth round of the FA Cup by Manchester United and lost to Tottenham Hotspur in the quarter-finals of the EFL Cup (Carabao Cup).
Squad and Key Players:
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was a standout performer, finishing as the league's joint-top scorer with 22 goals.
- Alexandre Lacazette also had a strong season, forming a potent strike partnership with Aubameyang.
- Midfielders like Granit Xhaka and Lucas Torreira played pivotal roles, while young Matteo Guendouzi emerged as a promising talent.
- Defensively, Arsenal struggled throughout the season, with a lack of consistency and injuries affecting their backline.
Style of Play: Emery's first season saw attempts to implement a more pressing, high-energy style of play. There were periods where Arsenal looked cohesive and dynamic, particularly at home, but they often appeared vulnerable defensively.
Off the Pitch: There were significant changes off the pitch as well. The club said goodbye to Aaron Ramsey, who joined Juventus on a free transfer at the end of the season. Additionally, there was ongoing uncertainty regarding the future of other key players and the direction of the club's recruitment strategy.