Original Arsenal FC Training 2004-2005 - M

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  • Training
  • Year: 2004-2005
  • Player: Thierry Henry, Robin van Persie, Freddie Ljungberg
  • Size: M (52 cm x 74 cm)
  • Brand: Nike
  • Sponsor: O2
  • Details: Excellent condition

In the 2004/2005 Premier League season, Arsenal FC couldn't defend their national title from the previous year, with Chelsea claiming the championship. Arsenal finished second, trailing by a 12-point margin, and experienced their first league defeat since the 36th matchday of the 2002/2003 season. However, they rebounded impressively, securing their thirteenth national title in club history. Arsenal's unbeaten streak of 49 league games came to an end with a 2-0 loss at Manchester United on October 24, 2004. Subsequently, they suffered four more defeats, while Chelsea clinched four additional wins, shaping the title race. The season witnessed intense battles with Manchester United, culminating in Arsenal winning the FA Cup after a penalty shootout. Arsenal also triumphed over Manchester United in the FA Community Shield with a final score of 3-1. However, Manchester United secured revenge in the League Cup quarter-finals with a 1-0 victory, while Arsenal retained the FA Cup. In the UEFA Champions League, Arsenal progressed from Group A alongside PSV Eindhoven but faced elimination in the 1/16th finals against Bayern Munich. Thierry Henry claimed the Premier League Golden Boot for the season, netting 25 goals, while the emergence of Spanish playmaker Cesc Fàbregas, then only 16-17 years old, marked a significant development. Additionally, it was captain Patrick Vieira's final season before departing for Inter Milan.