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Part 12 – Vive La Revolution!

Part 12 – Vive La Revolution!

Written on 09:41 AM at Tuesday, 26 October, 2004

When Ars่ne Wenger was officially unveiled as Arsenals first foreign manager, it was not much of a shock. The secret had...

Three Cups and a Brown Paper Bag

Three Cups and a Brown Paper Bag

Written on 12:30 PM at Friday, 16 July, 2004

In many ways the team that started the 92/93 season differed little from the previous season's team, but in the manager's eyes...

Part 10 - It's Up For Grabs!

Part 10 - It's Up For Grabs!

Written on 04:46 AM at Sunday, 16 November, 2003

The George Graham who became manager of Arsenal in 1986 couldn't have been more different from the George Graham who had left...

Part 9 - The Englishman, the Irishman and the Caretaker

Part 9 - The Englishman, the Irishman and the Caretaker

Written on 04:45 AM at Sunday, 16 November, 2003

With Bertie Mees resignation being agreed and announced in March it gave the board plenty of time to look at the options...

Part 8 - The Reluctant Manager

Part 8 - The Reluctant Manager

Written on 04:44 AM at Sunday, 16 November, 2003

Many names were put forward in the press as contenders for the managers' job, but the appointment of Bertie Mee as manager came...

Part 7 - The Barren Years

Part 7 - The Barren Years

Written on 04:44 AM at Sunday, 16 November, 2003

Jack Crayston was born in Lancashire in 1910. He was one of George Allison's first signings in May 1934 (from Bradford Park...

Part 6 - War and Its Aftermath

Part 6 - War and Its Aftermath

Written on 04:43 AM at Sunday, 16 November, 2003

Whilst put into context the troubles of a football club obviously pale into insignificance compared to the other wider effects...

Part 5 - The Greatest Team In The World

Part 5 - The Greatest Team In The World

Written on 04:42 AM at Sunday, 16 November, 2003

Herbert Chapman had delivered us our first trophy within five years as promised, but that was only the beginning. The team he...

Part 4 - Building An Empire

Part 4 - Building An Empire

Written on 04:41 AM at Sunday, 16 November, 2003

Take a stroll up Avenell Road. Turn right and walk up the stairs, through the doors of Highbury's main entrance. Probably the...

Part 3 - To Highbury

Part 3 - To Highbury

Written on 04:40 AM at Sunday, 16 November, 2003

Henry Norris (later to become Sir Henry and an M.P.) was already Chairman of Fulham. He had amassed a fortune from property...

Part 2 - League Football Comes To South London

Part 2 - League Football Comes To South London

Written on 04:37 AM at Sunday, 16 November, 2003

The Manor Ground. 2nd September 1893. After a huge effort during the summer (mainly by volunteering supporters) an iron stand...

Part 1 - The Beginning

Part 1 - The Beginning

Written on 04:35 AM at Sunday, 16 November, 2003

Arsenal Football Club – a name known and respected throughout the world of football, often reverentially as 'The Arsenal'. But...

The History of Arsenal FC: A Summary

The History of Arsenal FC: A Summary

Written on 04:25 AM at Sunday, 16 November, 2003

Tracing back the roots of Arsenal Football club is a somewhat complex task to undertake.


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