Highbury Heroes

Arsenal’s Master Game Reader – Highbury Hero Bob McNab

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We’re going all the way back to the swinging sixties for our next trip down memory lane, when The Arsenal bought one of the shrewdest full backs ever to have graced the game. It’s our 1971... [Read More]
 

Invincible Flame-haired Punk: Highbury Hero Freddie Ljungberg

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I’m setting the dial on the time machine to take us back to 1998, when a young 21 year old punk haired Swede announced his arrival in North London by coming off the bench at Highbury and within ... [Read More]
 

Give me an Arsenal Box to Box Midfielder who can play 223 our of 225 Games!! – Noddy Talbot, Highbury Hero

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  The latest Highbury Hero takes us back in the time machine to 1979. When Arsenal signed a player who’d been a part of the Ipswich Town side that broke our hearts at Wembley just eight mo... [Read More]
 

Arsenal’s Youngest Captain – Too Much too Young for Eddie Kelly

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This week’s trip down memory lane takes us back to the 1970’s, when a young Glaswegian was making his mark at The Arsenal. He wasn’t one of the first names that fans would mention wh... [Read More]
 

Arsenal’s original ‘Fox-in-the-box” – Highbury Hero Tony Woodcock

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I’m setting the dial on the time machine back to the early 1980’s. When The Arsenal swooped to bring an England striker back to good old Blighty after three years plying his trade in Colog... [Read More]
 

World Cup and Highbury Hero – Arsenal Midfield Dynamo Alan Ball

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We travel back in the time machine to the Seventies for this week’s Highbury Hero. One of the finest players of his generation. A world class midfield dynamo. It’s 1966 World Cup Hero Alan... [Read More]
 

Only one true KING KENNY and he played for Arsenal not Liverpool

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This week’s trip down memory lane takes us back to 1980, when one of the most gifted left backs ever to grace the game arrived at Highbury in the oddest of circumstances. One of South LondonR... [Read More]
 

The Legend many would like to see back at The Arsenal – Marc Overmars

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It has been a while but its time for another trip back to Arsenal’s past. So without further ado let’s take the dust cover off the time machine and go back to the summer of 1997. When a de... [Read More]
 

A Gooner’s Top 5 Memories of White Hart Lane

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I cannot let this day pass without writing about Shite Hart Lane, before the glorious sight of the bulldozers moving in to demolish it after Spurs final game there this afternoon. Fair to say it has p... [Read More]
 

Long before Ian Wright Wright Wright there was Alan Alan Alan Sunderland – #HighburyHero

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This week’s Highbury Hero takes back down memory lane to the late 1970’s. When a man with a perm earned himself a permanent place in Arsenal’s history, with the last gasp winning goa... [Read More]
 
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