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 By Peter Wood

Sanchez and Coquelin lead Arsenal to improved season

The ESPN FC team talk about Arsenal FC's performance in the Premier League, where Stuart Holden believes Arsenal have improved this season.

Arsenal have shown that it's not just games that are two halves; seasons are split the same way and are just as unpredictable. After the worst start in 32 years combined with the most embarrassing injury pile of Arsene Wenger's tenure, the club turned their fortunes around with a stunning second half of the season.

Wenger steadied the ship and made some sharp progress in areas of the team that he's traditionally neglected or assumed would magically auto-correct. Great strides were made on the fitness...

Arsenal show promise with Sanchez with a title bid expected next season

The ESPN FC team talk about Arsenal FC's performance in the Premier League, where Stuart Holden believes Arsenal have improved this season.
The ESPN FC panel choose their top picks for next season's Premier League title.

With the Premier League season over, here's a look back at Arsenal's campaign as thoughts turn toward the summer and next season.

Your season in a sentence and final grade: B+ (if they can win the FA Cup)

Highlight

There have been several memorable wins this season. The two trips to Manchester stand out, with Arsenal finally putting their big-game jitters behind them to win 2-0 at City in the Premier League before knocking United out of the FA Cup.

However, rather than name one match as the highlight...

 By Chris Wright

Arsenal fan going to Wembley after FA Cup final tickets fall from space

Watch how Arsenal reached the FA Cup final against Aston Villa, with Arsene Wenger's men one match away from retaining the trophy.

While many supporters received their tickets through the post, one Arsenal fan will be attending the FA Cup final with a pair of tickets that have done some seriously out-of-this-world mileage to find their way into his possession.

The two VIP passes were fastened to a weather balloon and released from Wembley stadium on Wednesday morning.

They subsequently reached a height of approximately 29,000 feet (8,839 metres) before the balloon popped and the tickets floated back down to earth using a parachute,...