Peter Hill-Wood: Arsenal can't compete in transfer market
Wednesday 05 September 2012
Peter Hill-Wood, the Arsenal chairman, has admitted the club "can't compete" in the transfer market with their Premier League top-four rivals. But Hill-Wood was confident the club would mount a serious title challenge and insisted the board was not worried about manager Arsène Wenger's failure to win a trophy for seven years.
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