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He shoots, He scores. Why Thierry Henry's punditry debut is just the start of the Va Va Voom


Arsenal’s favourite son Thierry Henry made his official debut as a Sky pundit last weekend and whilst his former team delivered an efficient performance on the pitch, just how did he fare off it? 764 more words

Arsenal

From High-bury to The Emi-not-so-greats.

Every club’s fans complain. But in the recent history one club’s supporters have taken complaining to new heights of whinging, past the level of ‘diva’, onwards to ‘spoilt brat’ and beyond. 1,277 more words

Arsenal

Highbury Station

Highbury Station     Old Cock Tavern Pub on the left     Early 1900s

Published by Cornflower for Islington Local History Centre

Received this from a pal who lives nearby and often sends interesting postcards my way. 87 more words

Deltiology

Buy all the players!

This is my first piece in a while, so I’ll keep it short (like Sanchez, but with less… Chileness? Chileanish?).

… Anyway… Let’s take a look at my thoughts on Arsenal’s requirements, of lack thereof, in the January window. 314 more words

Arsenal

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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