The goalkeeper believes his boss will continue to show faith in the team, even though their sobering European exit is likely to trigger a clamour for new signings to support the young talent at the Emirates.
'The boss has been always positive,' said Almunia.
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'He is always believing in us, and whatever happens he was there with us. We appreciate this support from him and I think he will continue supporting us and believing in our work.'
'At least we are in the Premier League, fighting for the top,' added the keeper.
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