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Thierry Henry; Scorer of Sublime Goals

Thierry Henry enthralled many Gunners fans during his peak in the early 2000s for the red half of North London, as an Arsenal fan myself, he will always be synonymous with the Wenger glory days at Highbury along with the likes of Dennis Bergkamp and Patrick Vieira. 585 more words

Football

Legends Spotlight: Charlie George, The King of Highbury

Born in a council flat in Holloway, he’s gonna play for England some fine day. His name is Charlie George he’s the greatest of them all, and when he has a shot at goal you never see the ball. 3,860 more words

Arsenal Identity

Another World

Wednesday 3rd December 2014 ko 19.45

Premier League

ARSENAL 1 (Alexis Sanchez 89)

SOUTHAMPTON 0

Att 60,025

Entry £38.50

Programme £3.50

If you are my regular reader, you are probably wondering why I was at the Emirates Stadium? 1,264 more words

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Mums' night out

I had a great evening last night. I caught up with my dear mummy friend. Like I mentioned in my previous post we went to our old neighbourhood in Highbury. 455 more words

London And UK Food

Pete Prodromou: crocodile catcher specialist

Everyone has a story. Do you realise that the best croc catcher in the world lives in Highbury? Charismatic Pete Prodromou talks about growing up in Islington and his new venture, The School of Croc, which gives children a chance to face their fears and walk alongside some of our planet’s most dangerous animals.  1,730 more words

Men

On all things Wenger

When thinking about Arsenal Football Club, or indeed football in general, there are few names that spring to mind as prominently as Arsene Wenger. A connoisseur of the beautiful game, “Le Professeur” epitomises the rise and unfortunately the decline of several aspect of modern football. 1,117 more words

AFC

61 fouls – the story of triumph over an ideology

Eighty years ago, England met World Champions Italy in London in a game that has forever been known as “The Battle of Highbury”. This tag was no accident, however, for whatever was going to happen on that gloomy afternoon in North London, a football match was always going to become a theatre of war. 2,992 more words

International Football