ARSENAL LOOK TOWARDS NEXT SEASON

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As the season draws to a close once more the main focus for many Premier League sides is what changes need to occur within the club to help them come back as an improved fighting force on the pitch next season. Even though Arsenal are still in with a chance of securing the runner-up spot this year, despite defeat to Swansea, and will also have the chance to pick up some silverware at the end of May, manager Arsene Wenger will already have his sights on piecing together an even stronger challenge for the 2015/2016 season.

Arsenal still have a great opportunity to avoid a trophy- less season as they challenge a resurgent Aston Villa in the FA Cup final on Saturday 30th May. If the Gunners do indeed grab  victory at Wembley, and enhanced odds suggest they will, then they would become the only club in FA Cup history to win the tournament 12 times, eclipsing rivals Manchester United.

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