Manure loss

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To all my Gooner brethren ,hurting and teased after THAT loss--we can remind Manure of their loss in the 1996 campaign when they shipped 6 goals against the TOONS!

IT IS TIME TO WIPE SMIRKS OFF THEIR FACES.THEY HAVE NEVER BEEN INVINCIBLE!

Boring, Boring Arsenal

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When Arsenal beat Tottenham Hotspur 5-4 at White Hart Lane on 13 November 2004, nine different players got on the scoresheet. This was the first time this had happened in a Premiership match.

Arsenal’s scorers were Thierry Henry, Lauren, Patrick Vieira, Freddie Ljungberg and Robert Pires. For the home side Noureddine Naybet, Jermaine Defoe, Ledley King and Freddie Kanoute got on the scoresheet.

Musical Gunners

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Gilberto - plays the mandolin
Julio Baptista - strums the ukulele, guitar and banjo
Denilson - enjoys playing a Portuguese hand drum
Tony Adams - plays the piano
Ian Wright - released his own single ‘Do The Wright Thing’ in 1993

Islington Uncovered

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Number 85 Avenell Road has now been demolished but, in 1903, it was used as a mailing address and safe house by a number of Russian Bolsheviks including Lenin.

Gilberto signs for Colchester!

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Readers may recall the story of the giant anteater who lived at London Zoo and was named Gilberto. The 120-cm (4-foot) long anteater earned his name when Arsenal supporter Peter Findlay won a competition to sponsor the animal.

Since then, in an exciting transfer move, Gilberto the anteater has moved from London to Colchester Zoo. It is hoped that he will one day father future generations of anteaters.

Arsenal Supporters Trust Survey

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How the members of AST think Arsenal should go ahead:
Long 51 pages but interesting.
http://www.arsenaltrust.org/uploaded/AST%20membership%20survey%20full%20...

Pizza Excess

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A quick look at the past and present Arsenal players’ favourite toppings:

Patrick Vieira - Pepperoni
Sebastian Larsson - Ham and Beef
Alexandre Song - Bolognese
Theo Walcott - Four cheese
Robert Pires - Mushrooms, egg and ham

Quick Cup Facts

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* In the victorious 1970/71 FA Cup campaign, Arsenal were not drawn at home once. However, two of their ties - Portsmouth in the fourth round and Leicester in the sixth round - ended in draws, which meant the ties had to be replayed at Highbury.
* Arsenal were the first team to win both the FA Cup and the League Cup in the same year - 1993 - beating Sheffield Wednesday on both of the occasions.
* Arsène Wenger is the only Arsenal manager to win the FA Cup more than once.
* Mr Wenger also led Arsenal to five successive FA Cup semi-finals between 2001 and 2005.