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The Fiver | This is uncharted territory. This is positively trippy

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Goodness knows, it seemed weird enough when Bruce Rioch took over at Highbury in 1995 after nine years of George Graham. It must have felt very strange when Bertie Mee left after a decade in 1976 to be replaced by Terry Neill of Tottenham Hotspur. As for the times Herbert Chapman and Tom Whittaker died in office, well, we can only imagine. But this is uncharted territory. This is positively trippy. After 22 years of Arsène Wenger, there’s a new guy in town. Arsenal manager Unai Emery. Arsenal manager Unai Emery. Arsenal manager Unai Emery. Yes, it feels odd saying it, doesn’t it. Like your lips have gone numb. Like your teeth don’t fit. Like the dentist has injected some of the really good stuff into your gum. Then nipped out for a quick fag, leaving you to help yourself to the gas. It really does feel quite odd.

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