Arsenal anniversaries through the ages for 6 March

6 March 1905: Thomas Fitchie and Robert Templeton represent Scotland – the first Arsenal players ever to do so.
6 March 1915:Arsenal played Lincoln away, and lost 1-0 – a sure sign that there was unlikely to be any late push to regain a promotion position in the latter part of the season.  It was another 10 days before the League announced it would cease at the end of the season, but everyone had assumed this would happen – both because of the war and the overt match fixing by Liverpool was making the game a farce.
6 March 1920:Arsenal were away to Sheffield United and suffered a further defeat, this time 0-2. in front of 25,000 people, making it six defeats in the last eight.
6 March 1926: Swansea 2 Arsenal 1.  FA Cup 6.  It was the first time Arsenal had progressed this far since 1922.
6 March 1926: Last game for Dr James Paterson...
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