Wenger: Arsenal soulless since leaving Highbury for Emirates



Don Hutchison says Chelsea's next game vs. a "flaky" Arsenal side could be just in time to lift their spirits. Craig Burley questions whether PSG's Layvin Kurzawa would be a good addition to Arsenal. Craig Burley weighs up if Mikel Arteta can keep Arsenal in the top half come the end of the season. John Fleck's late goal for Sheffield United seals a 1-1 draw with Mikel Arteta's Arsenal. Steve Nicol says Sheffield United are a top striker away from taking their play to the next level. Craig Burley assesses potential big-name transfers that could affect Man City, Man United and Arsenal. Ian Darke weighs in on how Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's three-match ban will affect Arsenal. Arsene Wenger has said Arsenal "lost our soul" when they left Highbury to move to the Emirates Stadium.    Highbury was the home of Arsenal for 93 years, with Wenger famously guiding their "Invincibles" to an unbeaten season at the ground in 2003-04, but the club have not seen the same level of success since moving home, only winning three FA Cups in the 13 seasons they've spent at the Emirates. Mikel Arteta's side are 10th in the Premier League, and with the club languishing at arguably...

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