The 1932 Arsenal cup final with action replays, and 3 Arsenal stars kicking football into a washing machine.

By Tony Attwood

We’ve recently placed a film including slow-mo replays of the 1932 FA Cup final on the Arsenal History site, as part of our complete review of Arsenal in the 30s.

So, since the History Society website has its own unusual film, why not Untold.

This is Wilshere, Koscielny and Iwobi kicking balls into a front loader washing machine.

I trust you will find at least one of these two videos exciting, illuminating and exhilarating.


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Untold Arsenal has published five books on Arsenal – all are available as paperback and three are now available on Kindle.  The books are

  • The Arsenal Yankee by Danny Karbassiyoon with a foreword by Arsene Wenger.
  • Arsenal: the long sleep 1953 – 1970; a view from the terrace.  By John Sowman with an introduction by Bob Wilson.
  • Woolwich Arsenal: The club that changed football.  By Tony Attwood, Andy Kelly and Mark Andrews.
  • Making the Arsenal: a novel by Tony Attwood.
  • The Crowd at Woolwich Arsenal by Mark Andrews.

You can find details of all five on our new Arsenal Books page



2 Replies to “The 1932 Arsenal cup final with action replays, and 3 Arsenal stars kicking football into a washing machine.”

  1. Tony, you aren’t getting any comments.

    Whether any of what follows can beat the 1932 FA Cup Final, or 3 Gunners kicking balls into a washing machine, I don’t know.

    1932, the year that Cary Grant, Katherine Hepburn and Shirley Temple all started. Shanghai Express was the top grossing film, with Marlene Dietrich. Grand Hotel with Greta Garbo, John Barrymore, Joan Crawford, Wallace Beery and Lionel Barrymore camein second, and grabbed all the silverware at the Academy Awards.

    More at Wikipedia

    I wouldn’t be surprised if Nicky knows all those people listed at Wikipedia.

    Average yearly salary, $1328. Meat at the grocery looks to be in the $0.20 to $0.30 per pound. A cross Atlantic round trip on the Hindenburg, $720.

    I see “I Don’t Stand a Ghost of a Chance With You”, “Love Me Tonight”, “Waltzing in a Dream” by der Bingle. Fred Astaire topped Billboard with “Night and Day”. Der Bingle had 5th place with “Dinah”. (I’m trying to collect Bing Crosby’s music.) In the list of top hits, more of Bing.

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