Quantcast
The History of Arsenal

Recent Posts

Arsenal News
Arsenal News
Arsenal News
January 2015
M T W T F S S
« Dec    
 1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
262728293031  
GCR Books

The history of Arsenal website

————————–

The  journal of the AISA Arsenal History Society.

 

Recent posts…

 

———————–

The daily anniversaries

It was his only loan spell.

30 January 1893: Royal Arsenal 3 Sherwood Foresters 0

30 January 1897: Woolwich Arsenal 7 Ilkeston Town 0.  Despite a full league programme Arsenal continued to played friendlies against weak opposition.

30 January 1899: Woolwich Arsenal 2 Millwall 4.  Although the local rivals from the Isle of Dogs were not a league club they were still proving a match for the south London side.

30 January 1904: Man U 1 Arsenal 0.  Arsenal played in front of 40,000 for the first time.

30 January 1937: Arsenal 5 Man U 0, FA Cup 4th round.  In the first three games in the competition this season Arsenal scored 17 goals letting in one, before going out to WBA.

30 January 1954: Arsenal lost to Norwich City of the Third Division South in front of 55767

30 January 1963: Arsenal 5 Oxford 1 (FA Cup).  The only game Arsenal played between Dec 15 and Feb 9 due to bad weather.

30 January 1965.  Arsenal lost away to Peterborough 1-2 in cup and started a downward spiral which 18 months later led to the dismissal of Billy Wright as manager.

30 January 1971: The 26th game of the first Double season: Liverpool 2 Arsenal 0, making it one win in four.    The defeat left Arsenal five points behind Leeds.

30 January 1984 Tony Adams signed his first professional contract.  He went on to become captain and control the defence of Arsenal into the Wenger era.  See also here

30 January 1987: Tommy Caton sold to Oxford Utd for £180,000.  Highly talented but one of the wild bunch he died aged 31.

30 January 1998: Jehad Muntasser sold to Bristol City on a free.  He made one brief appearance and went on to play for numerous clubs as well as doing a huge amount of charity work with Friends of Libya’s Children.

30 January 2007: Alex Song loaned to Charlton.  He later established himself in the team before moving to Barcelona and then West Ham.

30 January 2008: The Court of Arbitration in Sport laid down the Webster ruling that all players can leave their club after three years, irrespective of what the contract says.

30 January 2014: Benik Afobe loaned to Sheffield W.  An England international at various youth levels he went on a series of loans including a particularly powerful run at MK Dons before going to Wolverhampton.

The January file has just been fully updated.

————————-

Classic Articles from the Arsenal History Society

 ————————

The books

The Anniversary Files now have over 5500 entries, and are now divided into 12 monthly sections.  December’s file has just been updated.

If you would like to contribute an article to this site, please see this note on submissions etc.

———————————————

The incomplete index of series on this site….

———————————-

.
And beyond football… the team that works on Untold Arsenal also writes and maintains a range of sites
.
.
Education…

Direct marketing …

Health…

  • The Secret Nurse : what is really going wrong with the NHS?
  • Jiving - a review of the jive clubs of the UK (a new site, but it is growing day by day).  The best way to stay fit physically and mentally.
  • The weight loss programme: The only guaranteed way to get fit

And also…

You can already follow your favourite Arsenal players and games online and debate the finer points of the club while you do so, but what about getting even more involved? There are plenty of mobile apps for sports betting and online gaming, such as http://paddypowerapp.com With the mobile app you can play your favourite casino games wherever you are, even on the football pitch. Not recommended for goalkeepers!

———————

Get free bets at www.thebookiesoffers.co.uk and football betting tips at www.football-bets.org.uk

———————————–

This site represents very much a forum for knocking around ideas and seeking out issues that can be debated. As such we openly acknowledge that some of the notions expressed here might be wrong, facts will be inaccurate and will need correcting. Indeed if you can help us do that, please do either comment on an article, or write a new article for us. Some citation of sources would be good however, rather than just saying “you’re wrong”.

AISA Arsenal History and Untold Arsenal on Twitter @UntoldArsenal