Whatever happened to John Jensen?

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John Jensen played 99 games for Arsenal and scored one (rather famous) goal. The last we heard of John Jensen was in September 2018, when he took charge of the Danish national team following a dispute... [Read More]

“Arsenal win the world cup”

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That was the headline on this day in 1998 as the footballing media completed their move from a position of it “not being right” for English football to be full of foreigners, to recognisin... [Read More]

From Julius Caesar to Don Revie, as Arsenal win the World Cup

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Nothing signified the way in which Arsene Wenger had utterly revolutionised Arsenal more than the 1998 world cup finals in which four Arsenal players were in the victorious French squad, while Dennis ... [Read More]

The battle of the Spurs; hello technical director; pre-season cockup. Arsenal’s anniversaries

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The arrival and non-arrival of Edu on this day in 2000 was a matter that made some Tottenham fans giggle a little, as the player was refused entry into the UK, (although this has no link with our comm... [Read More]

From Park Chu-Young to Alexis Sanchez: Arsenal’s anniversaries on 10 July

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The Arsenal History Society, which presents these anniversaries each day, is part of the Arsenal Independent Supporters Association, a grouping which has direct access to Arsenal FC and is active in r... [Read More]

Whatever happened to Terry Neil

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On this day in 1976 Terry Neil became Arsenal manager joining from Tottenham, where he had been a failure.  He managed Arsenal for 416 games finally being replaced by Don Howe in December 1983, his on... [Read More]

Don Howe, Sol Campbell, David O’Leary, Anders Limpar… Arsenal anniversaries 8 July

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Here are the anniversaries for today. For the index of anniversaries month by month please see under “Pages” on the right side of the screen.  The file for each month is updated at least once a year, ... [Read More]

David Platt after Arsenal, and his Italian adventure.

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On this day in 1998 David Platt was released from his Arsenal contract.  Twenty years on, as you will see below he became a consultant for U.S. Città di Palermo of Italy’s Serie B. Looking at th... [Read More]

Why every scrap of evidence is vital for the football historian.

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Football anniversaries are few and far between in July, but even so we have still found two transfers, an appointment of an ex-Arsenal player as manager of Derby County and the date on which Henry Nor... [Read More]

When Italian players finally had enough of the media and showed the world what they could do

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The media eternally aim to persuade us that they simply report the news, but of course they always do so with a slant.  For the mere selection of one item as news and another as not worth reporting it... [Read More]
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