There’s no doubt that Arsene Wenger deserves to be immortalised outside the Stadium that he was responsible for helping to build. The most successful manager in Arsenal history should be commemorated so that generations of Arsenal fans appreciate and remember him for his achievements, but there is an argument that
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.
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
When Lee Dixon went on record with his recent comments on the Invincibles and Graham's '89 side, little did he know he would open up a passionate discussion that would divide some fans straight down the middle from their seats at the Emirates to their perches in the local pubs.
The story of George Graham is of an ambitious, determined and fixated man, who sadly lost his dream job when it was revealed that he took unlawful payments for his involvement in a number transfer deals which included John Jensen and Pal Lydersen.
In 1995, he was promptly sacked by the
There have been many that have made it from Arsenal’s academy to the first team and many that have shone brightly in Red and White, but David Rocastle (Rocky) has an emotional affinity with the majority of supporters that has never diminished.
Few are unfamiliar with his name because he became
Some of you quickly flicking through this list will probably instantly ask where the Invincibles' season is in my most memorable moments. It’s absence is purely because although the 2003/04 season was an historic achievement, it was over the course of the entire campaign. I’m not ignoring it’s importance but
Arsenal are making a huge mistake and will regret losing Aaron Ramsey to Juventus, according to former Gunners' midfielder George Graham.
The Welsh international joined Arsenal from Cardiff City in 2008 and has since made 362 appearances for the club scoring 63 goals and winning three FA Cups and two Community
March 31st is always a poignant time because of the passing of David (Rocky) Rocastle at the age of 33. He was a truly dedicated and committed professional and inspirational human being.
He played the game with swagger, had an assortment of silky skills and was a firm fan favourite. The
In December last year, with the season still taking shape, I did an article that looked at comparisons between former Managers George Graham, Arsene Wenger and the current Arsenal coach, Unai Emery. It asked the question ‘Is he more Graham or Wenger ?’
Since then, we have seen the development of