Terrace chants are the supporter's battle cry, a way for the individual fan to communicate with the team. They can be used to spur the team on or to voice discontent. Sometimes that communication is not always the healthiest or most positive discourse. Arsenal fans are no exception in following these general rules of fan chants.
The last decade has been an interesting one for the Arsenal faithful. The beginning of it played host to something of a 'golden age' for the club. Arsene Wenger's technically daring and powerful teams swept all before them, collecting silverware and plaudits for their purist approach in equal measure.
The second half of the decade saw the move away from historic Highbury to the plush confines of the Emirates stadium, a seemingly fitting reward for the club's progress. Instead the new stadium became something of an albatross, a symbol of Arsenal's sudden inability to remain amongst the elite.
In the now six trophyless seasons that have followed the move to Ashburton Grove, the chants sung by Gunners fans have in some respects, naturally come to reflect the changing fortunes of the club.
But no matter how bleak or infuriating things have gotten pitch, Gunners supporters have still used their voice to buoy the efforts of their team. Here are ten of the best Arsenal chants from the last decade.