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The petition to raise a Parliamentary Debate about State Aid for the new WHU stadium is running. If you feel that there should be an investigation and you are resident in the UK, please do sign the petition.
Untold will suffer an interruption over this weekend. The site will still be available, but no new articles will be published after the game until sometime on Sunday. Sorry about this.
Newcastle v Arsenal
- Arsenal play Newcastle on the anniversary of Herbert Chapman’s first match
- Newcastle v Arsenal 29 August 2015 – The Match Officials: proving Untold’s own pundits wrong
- The Premier League slides down further and sinks down deeper. Soon escape from the pit will be impossible.
- The media and the blogettes want Mr Wenger sacked. So what would happen next?
- The CL draw : live on Untold
- Ref Review: Arsenal – Liverpool
- Champions League draw: who can we play
- Back from never been there: the video ref
- The mindless gibberish of a man with an idea but without logic or reason.
- Yesterday hasn’t happened yet, but when it does we’ll bend reality. Or ignore it.
The Untold Books
- Woolwich Arsenal: The club that changed football – Arsenal’s early years
- Making the Arsenal – how the modern Arsenal was born in 1910
- The Crowd at Woolwich Arsenal
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