Gunners Town is excited to announce the winner of our Gunners Town Art Of Football Invincibles T-shirt Competition!
The lucky winner is Andy Kelly.
Andy’s name was randomly selected – from a list of those who answered the question correctly – by using the True Random Number Service at random.org.
His prize is a stunning “Invincibles” T-Shirt supplied by our generous sponsors Art Of Football.
Andy successfully answered the competition question:
Most people think of Henry and Bergkamp as the Invincibles striking partnership – but how many of the 38 Undefeated Premiership games in 2003/4 did they actually start together?
Andy’s correct answer: 20
Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp started twenty games together during the Invincibles 2003/4 season. (See here for proof!)
Andy wins a fantastic Invincibles T-Shirt and free UK delivery, courtesy of our generous sponsors Art Of Football.
Check out the superb ‘Art of Football’ website where you will find numerous exclusive Arsenal moments on Tees and sweat-shirts.
Gunners Town would like to thank everyone who entered.
Oh – and if you aren’t Andy Kelly, better luck next time! 😉
I was eleven-and-a-half. My family had just emigrated from Rhodesia to South Africa. All the kids on my street supported United or Liverpool, because of their Southern African goalkeeper connections: Bailey for United and Grobbelaar for ‘Pool. Problem was: I didn’t like the colour red – so when FA Cup Final day came around in 1979, I supported the team in yellow, even though their name sounded like “Asshole”. At the final whistle, I had bragging rights and a team that had won my heart.
Then I discovered that the Gunners also wore red. Luckily, I remained loyal, and the Arsenal has kicked my heart around ever since… (apart from a few lost years in the ’90s and early ’00s, when I was busy doing grownup things as a composer in Hollywood).
Abandoned invinciblog.com to launch this site with 1 Nil Down 2 One Up blogfather Dave Seager – and we have used this platform to help launch the writing careers of a number of amazing Arsenal bloggers.