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Tributes, Commemorations, Statues and Stadiums but What Does it all Mean

Arsene Wenger, Wenger statue

Football has gone through spells of nostalgia and worship which have resulted in adored players or managers being honoured as statues or with stands, that bare their names. Arsenal are no strangers to the commissioning statues, with Adams, Henry and Bergkamp all gracing the concourse of the Emirates stadium in

Reliving Bergkamp’s 90 Mins of Magnificence From 1997: The Greatest hat-trick in Premier League History

Dennis Bergkamp, Newcastle United vs Arsenal, Leicester City vs Arsenal

Firstly, I make no apology for my obsession with Dennis Bergkamp. The Dutchman was one of the finest players to grace the Arsenal shirt, with his brand of dreamy, exhilarating and exquisite football which underlined his undeniable and obvious brilliance. Many wanted him to score more goals than the 87 Premier

Ed Woodward and Raul Sanllehi Like Two Sides of the Same Coin

Ed Woodward, Raul Sanllehi

It’s no secret to anyone who has observed Premier League football that the executive vice-chairman of Manchester United, Ed Woodward, has been responsible for one of the most calamitous periods in the club’s history. Manchester United are on their fourth full-time manager in Ole Gunner Solskjaer since Ferguson's retirement and Ed

Frank McLintock or Tony Adams: Who is Arsenal’s Captain fantastic?

Frank McLintock, Tony Adams, Arsenal captain

As Arsenal captains go, few have managed to completely fulfill the criteria and gain the respect and adoration of supporters. I have had the pleasure to see two of the best and only Frank McLintock and Tony Adams can be considered for the accolade of Arsenal’s best captain ever. Before we

Thierry Henry: The King of Highbury and Arsenal’s Greatest Goal Scorer

Thierry Henry

Thierry Henry oozed class in his time at Arsenal. He was a player that somehow became synonymous with the style of play that Arsene Wenger wanted which was based on speed, skill, and freedom of expression. He was able to create something memorable, something magical and in his time with

49 Unbeaten: The day Arsenal’s Invincible’s Lost to a Barbaric and Inferior Manchester United

Manchester United, Arsenal, FA Cup, Premier League

In October 2004, Arsenal were on an unbeaten run of 49 games and in excellent attacking form. The next game up was Manchester United at Old Trafford in what promised to be a classic game of football that would act as an advertisement for the quality of the Premier League. What it became

That Bergkamp goal : Was This the Best Ever Premier League Goal Scored by Arsenal

Dennis Bergkamp, Newcastle United vs Arsenal, Leicester City vs Arsenal

I8 years ago, the football world witnessed something remarkable, something that would be replayed and recalled in conversation as a stand out moment in the domestic game. The fixture was nothing special but when Newcastle United played Arsenal at St James’ Park on the 2nd of March 2002, those that

From Puberty to Highbury: Being an Arsenal Fan and Beyond

Arsenal supporter, supporter, Highbury Stadium

No one quite knows why one club is more appealing to a supporter than another. Normally, it’s through intense brainwashing from a much-loved Family dictator or due to a slow visual indoctrination from someone who lives and dies in a football shirt. Wedding:- Football shirt plus a smart jacket. Funeral:- Football shirt plus full

Remembering Geordie Armstrong: The Underrated Assassin on the Wing with 621 Arsenal Appearances but no National Full cap

George Armstrong

George ‘Geordie’ Armstrong was every inch the modern-day winger. Born in Hebburn in Newcastle in 1944, George Armstrong made his debut for the Gunners at the tender age of 17, making a total of 621 appearances, which was a record at the time of his departure in 1977. Blessed with a hunger and

Why Arsenal Absolutely Must Prioritise the Signing of Thomas Partey This Summer Before Others do

Thomas Partey, Thomas Partey Arsenal, Arteta Partey

According to The Telegraph, Arsenal are considering a move for Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey when the transfer window opens again in the summer. The Ghana international, who put in a Man of the Match performance helping Atletico Madrid overcome Liverpool in their Round of 16 Champions League tie last week, is understood