Date:Friday May 4 2007
Manu Eboue is confident The Arsenal can over come their 'failings' of the past couple of years with simple experience, indeed the Gunners fullback claims 'next year will be our year'.
Arsenal's young Gunners have been have been a gnat's pube away from European and Carling cup glory in the last 12 months, and Eboue puts this down to lack of experience and will overcome this in the 07/08 season.
'We still have a young team, we are still learning - but we are doing so very quickly,' the Ivory Coast defender said.
'We saw this season that we are now beating the big teams like Manchester United and Liverpool and drawing at Chelsea. We just lack a bit of consistency.'
'I am confident in our squad, in the work we do with the coaches, and in the football we are playing.'
'We want to win trophies for the club and our fans. We were close last year in the Champions League and this season in the Carling Cup. We learnt from those two defeats.'
'We are all looking forward to next season because we know it will be our year.'
'Do not forget as well that we had lots of players injured this season. If we had our strongest team available throughout the season, it would have been different.'
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