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Spanish winger Santi Cazorla signed with Arsenal from Malaga in 2012. He is known for changing the pace of matchplay with great ball control. One of his many strengths is his ability to play hard on both sides of the field. Cazorla has also represented his national team since 2008 and was a part of Spain's Euro Cup victories in 2008 and 2012.

This is the final season of Nike's 20-year partnership with Arsenal, and for a final bow they have replaced last year's purple and black hooped away shirt with this classic yellow jersey.

Arsenal have worn yellow for many memorable seasons throughout its 127-year history.

This season's away jersey most closely resembles the shirt worn by the Gunners' legendary unbeaten "Invincibles," team from the 2003-2004 campaign.

The most recent Arsenal team to win a trophy, the 2005 FA Cup, also sported the canary color.

Arsenal have twice ended trophy draughts dressed in yellow, winning the English Premier League in 1989 and 1998. Arsene Wenger's men, spearheaded by Santi Cazorla, Theo Walcott and Jack Wilshire, will aim to do the same this season.

Shout "one-nil to the Arsenal" in this shirt as the Gunners compete in Premier League and UEFA Champions League matches this term. Find it at soccer.com: unmatched.


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