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Arsenal’s European finals – An Historical Pedigree that needs improving!

The coming Europa League final will be our seventh European final in total. The previous six have had two wins and four defeats, though we obviously will look to make it three from seven very soon. But what’s the story of our European finals?     For a club of Arsenal’s global size, our European […]

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Geordie in a classic Arsenal away kit

The Greatest English Player Never to play for England – Highbury Hero Geordie Armstrong

Quite a long back trip in the time machine to revisit this week’s Highbury Hero, it’s back to 1961, when Arsenal signed a talented young kid from the North East of England, who went on to become a huge Arsenal Legend. Though small in stature he was a massive part of Arsenal’s 1971 Double side […]

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Arsene to Step aside gracefully and Arsenal v Sunderland Previewed with a Difference!

Gunners Town Co-Editor Dave Seager was asked by Sunderland Blog ‘Salute Sunderland’ to chat about this Saturday’s visit to the Emirates of the Black Cats. Our thanks to Colin Randell who has allowed us to reproduce Dave’s interview and thoughts here: Dave Seager* is the man (One of!) behind the popular Arsenal fan site Gunners […]

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A Bonafide Arsenal Legend – The Original Box to Box Winger

It gives me great pleasure to present a review of a book by a published Gunners Town author, written by another published Gunners Town author. As you are no doubt aware, Dave and Anu have impeccable Gooner pedigrees, and two writers with more passion for Arsenal you’d be hard-pressed to find. I’m proud to know both of […]

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