Armory : Extraordinary Images of an Amazing Club
This is the principal endeavor to recount the narrative of the 121-year-history of the Arsenal Football Club through the best and most famous Arsenal photography at any point distributed.
From the most punctual days at Woolwich and Plumstead, through the powerful highs of Herbert Chapman and George Allison, to the bright 1980s and the effective Arsene Wenger period, these pictures catch the feelings, stories, faces, fans and everyday presence of this staggering Club. Once in a while seen photography gives an elective perspective on a considerable lot of the critical occasions in the Club’s set of experiences and shows you sides of the Club that you never knew existed.
Radicals For The Cause : The Alternative History of Arsenal FC
Agitators for the Cause will shock each Arsenal fan by uncovering the amount more there was to find about the club.
Jon Spurling has composed a book that both engages and illuminates. Beginning with Arsenal’s initial architects, every section cautiously arranges current realities and appearances all through the club’s set of experiences, keenly investigating it’s more vivid characters while inconspicuously enumerating the setting of the club and football’s changing spot in the public eye.
Intriguing, and some of the time stunning a grin is never far away from the peruser’s face. It additionally uncovered the underlying foundations of hatred for the club in both the media and other football fans.
For Arsenal fans this is basically an absolute necessity read. For the rest, you scarcely need any more avocation for criticizing the red and white portion of north London.
The Official Illustrated History of Arsenal 1886-2007
This authority history graphs Arsenal’s story from its initiation in 1886 straight up to the principal full season at the amazing Emirates Stadium. อาหารเสริม ผู้สูงอายุ
It subtleties how Dial Square became Woolwich Arsenal, the transition to Highbury, Herbert Chapman’s rousing authority, the popular Double of 1971, the astonishing title race of 1989, the second Double of 1998, the unbeaten period of 2003/04 and the transition to their present home.
There is a finished factual record of European and homegrown games and inside and out highlights on North London derbies, the stars of the 1930s, Arsenal internationals, the group of 1971 and the advanced French association.
The Official Arsenal Annual 2008
Each Arsenal fan will discover something to cheer about in “The Official Arsenal FC Annual 2008”. For Arsenal, 2007 vows to be one more amazing year, with the transition to Emirates Stadium finished, the Gunners working out positively in the Champions League, pursuing down Manchester United and Chelsea in the Premiership and arriving at the last four of the Carling Cup.
Notwithstanding occasions off the field with new signings and old companions withdrawing, the 2007-08 season is sure be brimming with fervor and interest. Notwithstanding an audit of 2006-07, there are player profiles and meetings, surveys, reports, fun, games, puzzles, truth be told each of the a Junior Gunner might at any point need in 64 pages!
Armory Stadium History
In May 2006 Arsenal played its last game at Highbury prior to moving to the new cutting edge Emirates Stadium. It was an enthusiastic goodbye to a ground that had seen some extraordinary games and which Arsenal fans had come to cherish as their subsequent home.
Remember those Highbury recollections in this sumptuously shown book that graphs the arena’s story from the transition to North London, the structure of the stands and Chapman’s numerous advancements. It rejuvenates the tales from the Second World War and the fifties when the group got back to winning ways. Reacquaint yourself with the characters that purchased the principal twofold to Highbury in 1971; the festivals in’ 89; the accomplishment of the Wenger transformation and the last season at this extraordinary ground.
It highlights uncommon and beforehand unpublished photography; select meetings with ex-and current players; key individuals from staff and fans; and full insights of each match in Highbury’s set of experiences.