I’ll tell you what I want, really really want

When I grow up, I wanna be Arseblog. Well to be fair, I don’t, but also to be fair, it is maybe the best blog about The Arsenal. My guess is it is certainly the most popular. The blog is in no way connected with Arsenal football club and I bet it started with just…

The soundtrack to the club

The Away Boyz One part of being a fan of The Arsenal, and I guess any club for that matter, is the way you show your love for the club. You buy the shirt, you go to the game, you get a tattoo, or you name your kids after players, you live Arsenal in so…

The man who started it all

Herbert Chapman (403 games as manager) When Henry Norris decided that Arsenal needed a new manager in the summer of 1925, he could never have anticipated the impact of his next appointment. This would be the man who, on November 5, 1932, would have Arsenal made its debut on the London Underground, with the renaming…

The 49……

49 Unbeaten Detailed statistics from the record-breaking 49 game unbeaten run. Arsenal went a record 49 consecutive top-flight league games unbeaten from May 2003 to October 2004, breaking Nottingham Forest’s previous record of 42 set between November 1977 and November 1978. The run ended in controversy at Old Trafford as a harshly-awarded penalty spurred Manchester…

Playing in front of 4,554 people

Yeah I wanna be a stato !!! so here just for the geek in all of us, here is a quick stats post. Maybe one day in the future I will post a competition post, and this may just be a part of it. However in the mean time, did you know just what are…

Don Howe, RIP. Thank you

Don Howe (117 games as manager of The Arsenal) Donald ‘Don’ Howe was born in October 12, 1935 and was a player with West Bromwich Albion before Billy Wright signed him for Arsenal in 1964 and made him club captain. Howe retired from playing and became Arsenal’s reserve team coach under Bertie Mee, before stepping…