Arsenal’s 115M Pound Spending Spree In The Season-Ending Transfer Window Paid Off

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The worldwide football fanatics were waiting for the best league in the world, and finally, the Premier league has reverted to them with all the club football action week in, week out yet again. Arsenal fans have been looking happy since the last season ended, and the transfer window opened as the club went straight into a spending spree, buying the best options at affordable prices. Well, their happiness continues as the club registers their first victory in the kickoff match of the new premier league season. Arsenal fans have waited patiently for their team to fight back to become the European powerhouse of the football world yet again. With Arteta, their former favorite player, leading the team now as a manager, they are hoping the good days of the club are back.

Although Palace can argue that they deserved a point, Arsenal has given themselves a strong launchpad. The world tuned in, anticipating yet another faceplant because the television companies only chose this match, hoping for the repetition of the loud embarrassing loss Arsenal suffered to start the previous campaign.

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It also represented a considerable improvement over the team’s performance from just last April, when they were defeated 3-0 here, adding to Mikel Arteta’s case that his squad is prepared to advance. He still needed this start, and with Kieran Tierney, for instance, coming on as a substitute late in the game, there is now strength and depth to the team after spending £115 million last summer to add to last year’s enormous splurge.

With his 50th Premier League victory as Arsenal manager in only 98 games, Arteta also achieved a minor personal milestone. Only El Professor Arsene Wenger has accomplished that feat in fewer games (94).

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