War Time Cup
Whittaker leads Arsenal to sixth title
Most football dynasties are brought down by the ravages of time or the rise of another force in the game. Arsenal's domination of the 1930s was an exception to that rule. Instead of losing its way on the pitch, the powerhouse created by Herbert Chapman and maintained by George Allison was halted by the outbreak of World War II.
FA Cup Third Round Replay Hereford United 1972 Ronnie Radford's 30-yard strike helps Hereford United to a 2-1 win over Newcastle in a third round FA Cup replay in 1972. Newcastle forward Malcolm Macdonald had headed the Magpies in front before Radford's effort forced extra-time. Ricky George's winning goal meant a non-league club had beaten a top-flight club in a competitive fixture for the first time since Yeovil Town's victory over Sunderland in 1949.
Queen of the South
Coenraad Henrik Dillen (5 October 1926 – 24 July 1990) was a Dutch footballer who played for Brabantia, PSV and Helmondia '55, as well as the Dutch national side. After retiring from playing he spent a two-year spell as manager of amateur side RKSV Nuenen. His goal tally of 43 in the 1956/57 season remains the highest score by an individual in the Eredivisie. He scored twenty goals in a nine-match period between 27 January and 31 March 1957.
West Ham United
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European Cup Winners Cup
Arsenal Win The FA Cup For The First Time: Photos From April 26 1930 (WIth Bonus Cup Final Record) - Flashbak
ON April 26, 1930, Arsenal beat Huddersfield Town at Wembley Stadium. Arsenal won 2–0, with goals from Alex James and Jack Lambert. Arsenal had won their first FA Cup after a defeat in their FA Cup final debut in 1927...
Wenger: I'm more proud than usual - Arseblog News - the Arsenal news site
Oh, hey there. We won the FA Cup. Again. That’s seven times for Arsene. Thirteen times for The Arsenal. We’re record-breakers. And that’s just bloody lovely. Unsurprisingly, the boss was pretty chuffed about beating Chelsea 2-1 at Wembley, all the more so after a roller coaster season that has seen his side regularly under the microscope. Facing […]
The Black-And-White Years: 30 Marvelous Vintage Photos Of Arsenal's Highbury Stadium Between 1931-1967 | Who Ate all the Pies
By Chris Wright Forgive the lack of pithy intro, but this one does exactly what it says on the tin... The Arsenal goalkeeper collects a loose ball as Chelsea's Hughie Gallacher (second right) is