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Arsenal Crush Tottenham On The Pitch, Pass Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool Off It

As if delivering a five fingered beating to your local rivals wasn’t enough, it appears that Arsenal’s decision to invest in the Emirates stadium while hoping Wenger can keep results going on the pitch is about to pay off – handsomely.

The Daily Mail is reporting (yes, we know) that Arsenal have increaased revenue over 50% from the year they’ve been at the new stadium and are about to be announced as the second richest club in the world behind Real Madrid. Great news for Arsenal fans and Arsene Wenger, and terrifying news for any rivals who consider what Wenger will be able to do with some real money behind his ideas.