Arsenal has won the most Premier League titles in history, having clinched 13 titles to date. They are also the only club to have won the league title without losing a match, in 2003-04. They also hold the longest spell of dominance over any other team in England’s top division; they were unbeaten at home for 49 consecutive matches between 2002 and 2004.
Gabriel Jesus Will Be Missed By Arsenal
Gabriel Jesus has been one of the mainstays of the team right from the start of the season. However, Gabriel Jesus has recently suffered a ligament injury that will keep him out of action for a long time.
The Gunners have been crowned champions of England more times than any other side in football history – but it seems only Liverpool, Chelsea, and Manchester City have caught him up in the past decade, with all three clubs having won eight league titles apiece since Arsenal last lifted silverware back in 2003-04.
Arteta’s remarks are interesting because they show how much confidence Arsenal have in themselves, but also how much work they still have left to do before they can claim to be title contenders again.
Arsenal also have a good manager in Mikel Arteta, who has shown himself to be tactically astute and flexible enough to adapt his lineups depending on the opposition they face each week. This has proved particularly important with them having to play away from home so often this season due to their Europa League commitments, with Arteta deploying a variety of formations including 3-5-2 or 4-3-3 depending on whether he wants his team playing out from the back or sitting deep inside their own half.”
Whatever happens this season, however many points they collect and whatever their final table position is, there will be only one criticism if they fail to win any silverware.
It will be the same for Mikel Arteta as it was for Arsene Wenger: his legacy as manager of Arsenal Football Club will be defined by how many trophies he has won. it now remains to be seen how Arsenal performs without Gabriel Jesus.