Gunners Chairman Warns: Another Trophyless Season Could Be Ahead
Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood has warned the fans the club could face another season without a trophy.
The Gunners have now gone six seasons without a trophy and Hill-Wood claims it has become increasingly difficult to challenge clubs with far superior spending power. He told the Daily Star:
“Some people have gone 25 years without a trophy and it is becoming more and more difficult with all the people with unlimited pockets.”
As for the price rise for season tickets, where Arsenal were already the dearest in the league, Hill-Wood said:
“People don’t seem to realise that VAT went up so we weren’t trying to make any money out of it.”
Submitted by Football Friends