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Arsenal have finally unveiled their new away kit for the 2019/20 season after months of speculation that they would be bringing back the famous 'Yellow Banana' design.
The 90s were a good time for many reasons and for Arsenal fans one of those was that they won the league twice in the decade.
Gunners' fans also enjoyed their iconic 'Yellow Banana' away strip between 1991 and 1993 and a similar design has now made its way back in 2019 with several of the current team wearing the new design and Wright appearing in the old shirt.
Admittedly if you asked those in the club and the fans what they'd prefer to make a comeback from the 90s they'd chose the league titles but right now that looks unlikely.
The Gunners have gone for a bit of a retro feel with their first season back with Adidas, after their deal with Puma came to an end, and unveiled their home kit with a brilliant video.
Unai Emery's first season in charge, after Arsene Wenger left following 22 years at the helm, was far from a disaster but proved there's still a lot of work for the former PSG manager to do.
The Gunners' reached the Europa League final, a forte for Emery, but failure to win it and to finish inside the Premier League top four meant no Champions League football next season.
Being in the Europa League again next season, rather than the Champions League, means that Arsenal reportedly only have £45 million to spend this summer, hampering Emery's chances of turning fortunes around at the Emirates Stadium.
Will the top four be appealing to Arsenal next season or will they slip up again?
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