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Arsenal F.C

A short presentation on Arsenal F.C, including past and the presnt, and a video showing the history.

Scott Westhead

on 20 November 2012

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Transcript of Arsenal F.C

Est. 1886 as Dial Square Arsenal F.C League Championships: 13
FA Cups: 10
League Cups: 2
Community Shield: 12
European Cup Winners Cups: 1 1. Wojciech Szczesny
2. Abou Diaby
3. Bacary Sagna
4. Per Mertesacker
5. Thomas Vermaelen
6.Laurent Koscielny
7. Tomas Rosicky
8. Mikel Arteta
9. Lukas Podolski
10. Jack Wilshere
11. Andre Santos
12. Olivier Giroud
14. Theo Walcott
15. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
16. Aaron Ramsey
18. Sebastian Squillaci
19. Santi Cazorla
20.Johan Djourou
21.Lukasz Fabianski
22. Francis Coquelin
23. Andrey Arshavin
24.Vito Mannone
25. Carl Jenkinson
26. Emmanuel Frimpoong
27. Gervinho
28. Kieron Gibbs
29. Marouane Chamakh The Team Emirates Stadium Capacity: 60'361 History The Invincibles Team Arsenal were the first and only team to go a season unbeaten, in the year 03-04 Arsenal had a record of 26W 12D 0L. The Unbeaten XI
1. Jens Lehmann
12. Lauren
28. Kolo Toure
23. Sol Campbell
3. Ashley Cole
8. Freddie Ljungberg
4. Patrick Vieira
19. Gilberto
7. Robert Pires
14. Thierry Henry
10. Dennis Bergkamp The Manager Arsene Wenger OBE In 1996, Wenger was named manager of Arsenal and two years later, in 1998, became the first manager born outside Britain to win the league and FA Cup double. He is the club's longest serving manager and most successful, winning 11 individual honours since 1996. The Kits Home Kit Away Kit Records Top Goalscorer: Thierry Henry - 228 goals
Most Appearances: David Leary - 722 apps
Youngest Debut: Cesc Fabregas - 16 yrs, 177days
Biggest Win: 12-0 V Loughborough
Biggest Defeat: 0-8 V Loughborough
Highest Draw: 6-6 V Leicester The Fans all time XI. 1. David Seaman
2. Lee Dixon
3.Nigel Winterburn
4. Patrick Vieira
5. Sol Campbell
6. Tony Adams
7. Freddie Ljungberg
8. Liam Brady
9. Thierry Henry
10. Dennis Bergkamp
11. Robert Pires Wenger has been described by BBC Sport as a coach who "has spent his career building teams that combine the accumulation of silverware with a desire to entertain and attack." Arsenal - 125 Years
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