Highbury Heroes

Stan the Man – The Original Cultured Ball Playing Centre Back (Rob Holding have a read!)

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This week’s Highbury Hero takes us right back in the time machine to the swinging sixties and it features the quietest member of the 1970-71 Double team. The greatest English centre back never t... [Read More]
 

Remembering Arsenal’s Senegalese Powerhouse and Highbury Hero

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This week’s trip down memory lane takes us back to 1996 when a young French colossus made a stunning debut changing the game for The Arsenal, when coming on as a substitute to dominate the midfi... [Read More]
 

24 Clean Sheets In A Single Season: the Reason This Seaman’s A Highbury Hero

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All aboard the time machine and its back to the 1990’s for the latest Highbury Hero. He’s the most decorated goalkeeper ever to play for The Arsenal, who also made more appearances for the... [Read More]
 

Highbury Didn’t Die For This – A Brutal Assessment by a Veteran Gooner

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What is going on at our football club?! I’m a disgruntled season ticket holder who’s been going along to watch The Arsenal for over 50 years now and I’m finding it increasingly hard ... [Read More]
 

30 Years On this Midfield Hardman and Playmaker would walk into Arsenal’s Midfield

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So it is back to the 1980’s for this week’s trip down memory lane to revisit a player whose time with The Arsenal was all too brief. It was said at the time that when he played well Arsena... [Read More]
 

The Hero Who Strode From Gillespie To Anfield Road

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All aboard the time machine. This week’s trip down memory lane takes us back to the start of the seventies to revisit a Highbury Hero who went on to re-invent himself as one of the most decorate... [Read More]
 

The Greatest Finisher Highbury ever saw was Wrighty not Henry

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The time machine is taking another trip down memory lane and going back to the 1990’s for this week’s Highbury Hero. A massive Highbury favourite, who was one of the most popular players e... [Read More]
 

Arsenal’s very Own Nutty Boy – A True Gunner Legend

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We are taking a trip in the time machine back to the late 1980’s for this week’s Highbury Hero. Arsenal have had some brilliant left backs over the years and this man is no exception. Such... [Read More]
 

The original King of Highbury – From North Bank to North Bank’s Darling

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My first Highbury Hero for 2017 takes us back down memory lane to revisit another of the 1971 Double squad. This was the man who clinched the Double, who went from watching The Arsenal as a fanatical ... [Read More]
 

There’s Only One Keown – Ask Ruud van Nistlerooy about this Highbury Hero

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This week’s trip down memory lane takes us back to the mid 1980’s, when a young centre back emerged at Arsenal. A man you’d always be thankful he was playing with you, rather than ag... [Read More]
 
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