As much as I liked Highbury, with the outside of the East Stand looking more like a cinema than a football ground and the North Bank and Clock End, it was never going to be big enough to sustain a top European club.
We have almost doubled the attendance but have lost a lot of the atmosphere of Highbury, but I can't say that standing out in the rain in the clock End with no roof in the freezing cold was not always great, especially when we didn't have the most entertaining football.
It has become a game where the players are wealthy and the supporters have to be fairly wealthy to watch it.
In the eighties you used to be able to turn up, pay a tenner, watch Arsenal v Man U, or any other club, with a great atmosphere.
If you consider it cost almost £100, with travelling, to watch us play now, it is out of reach financially for a lot of people.
So is that really progress, or greed?