On Monday 20 August Untold Arsenal will move to a new server and transfer across to Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure (https) from the current http protocol.
During this process it is possible the site will be down for a while. We’ve done this already with our other two blogs (Untold Dylan and Arsenal History Society). One moved with no problems, the other was down for 48 hours. One can only wait and see.
If you want to stay in touch during any downtime please follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/UntoldArsenalToday/) and Twitter (@UntoldArsenal). If the problem seems to be taking a while to resolve we’ll move to publishing on the Arsenal History Society site.
Sorry about this: we have no option but to move to https, and we’re hoping the new server will give us yet more security.
What the past suggests about this weekend
- What will happen if Arsenal lose to Chelsea this weekend?
- The 10 big Arsenal transfer updates and next weekend’s team
- Why will Arsenal suffer a freeze on increasing its wage bill, as the media suggests?
The latest post from our series on Henry Norris at the Arsenal
Untold Social is back with a series of non-football articles that arose because they are topics those of us who run the site have talked about. There is no promotion or selling – just articles that are not to do with football that we think might be of interest.
The current series on the Arsenal History Society site: Covering all aspects off the life and work of the man who rescued Arsenal from extinction, secured the club’s future by moving it to Highbury, and then brought in Herbert Chapman as manager, our current series of articles is on Henry Norris at the Arsenal. The series is being worked on daily, and the articles thus far are here.
“Woolwich Arsenal, the club that changed football” and “Making the Arsenal” are both available on Kindle.