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Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has claimed that the club still hasn’t found its “soul” since moving from Highbury to the Emirates (via The Standard).
A lot has changed at Arsenal in the last decade and a half since the move to the Emirates Stadium back in 2006.
The Gunners said goodbye to their old home Highbury but they haven’t really kicked on and reached the same heights in their new home.
One man who is very aware of that fact is Arsene Wenger, something which he has spoken about lately.
“I moved from Highbury, which was similar to Anfield, but there was a soul in the stadium,” Wenger told beIN Sports.
“We built a new stadium but we never found our soul – we left our soul at Highbury.
“We could never recreate it for security reasons.”The distance from the pitch to the stand had to be bigger as we needed ambulances to come in. The inclination of the stands had to be smaller all those things together that we didn’t find to recreate the atmosphere.”
Arsene Wenger has a point with his comments. The club hasn’t really made the Emirates Stadium their home since their move back in 2006. A lot of that has been out of their control following the successes of their rivals in the last decade or so.