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Serge Gnabry. Another outstanding young Arsenal player.

Serge Gnabry. Another outstanding young Arsenal player.

By Cameron Wolfe.

Before you wonder about his surname. He’s German. (Silent G)

He’s another speedy forward who joined Arsenal from VfB Stuttgart in the summer 2011. He’s quickly established himself in the reserves and managed six appearances and scored twice.

As well as being a forward he’s […]

Who said we had only 3 arrivals this summer? Dejan Iliev makes it four.

by Milan Gjorchevski

Dejan Iliev has joined Arsenal. You are probably scratching your heads with the question in mind…Dejan Who?

Well, as proud Macedonian and Arsenal Supporter I’m very excited to see that this is the first Macedonian player in Arsenal’s history who will wear Arsenal’s shirt.

So who is Dejan Iliev? A goalkeeper. […]

Arsenal: the French Connection

How The Arsenal Became l’Arsenal by Fred Atkins

Review by Tony Attwood

If one describes a book as “strange” that is normally a preface to criticising the volume and suggesting that if only the publishers had asked this particular reviewer to write the book, a much better volume would have been produced.

But in calling […]

REF REVIEW 2012: Mark Halsey – simply not good enough

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This article is part of the series : REFEREE REVIEW 2012

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By DogFace and Walter Broeckx

Untold Arsenal has a team of qualified referees who have reviewed more than 40% of the EPL games from last season. The reviews themselves were based on full match video […]

Arsenal chasing a 109 year old record

By Tony Attwood

If you ever glance at the links we place on the home page of this site or at the foot of some articles you will know that alongside Untold Arsenal I have the honour to edit a second blog: The History of Arsenal blog.

The history site covers all sorts of topics, […]

The team works. As a team, for each other, all the time

By Walter Broeckx

Sometimes I cannot see the game live. When we play on Saturday there is almost never a problem, but when we play on Sunday I can get mixed up with my own games as a referee. Yesterday was one of those games. Of course one simple request to Tony and he keeps […]

Match Review: Lee Mason – Stoke City Vs Arsenal (0 – 0) [26/08/2012]

Match Review: Lee Mason – Stoke City Vs Arsenal (0 – 0) [26/08/2012]

If you are new to this site and this is your first visit then please: Read this to fully understand our reviews.

Today’s referee is Lee Mason

MATCH REVIEW DETAILS – Lee Mason (2012-08-26) Period 1 Min Type Foul from On C/NC […]

What is the difference between Arsenal and Liverpool?

By Tony Attwood

The difference between the two clubs that strikes me this morning is that in Liverpool Fenway Sports Group decide who to buy and how much. They agreed to the manager”s wish to take Dempsey, but would not go beyond the £4m. I think Fulham wanted £5m. So no deal, and following other […]

Liverpool v Arsenal, match preview

By Miles Rackham

I couldn’t even be brought to think of a snazzy title for this preview, yesterday has got me down a bit, not because we were as quiet as a mouse with cats around, but because everyone seemed to spend spend spend. I am not that disappointed that we didn’t sign […]

RefWatch – Howard Webb, Liverpool Vs Arsenal (02-09-2012 – 13:30)

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By DogFace

Referee: Howard Webb Assistant 1: Mike Mullarkey Assistant 2: Darren Cann 4th Official: Phil Dowd

Good morning stat-fans and welcome to RefWatch… if you have any questions about the terminology of the article or unique observations then please leave a comment.

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Ahead of the match: Liverpool’s finances not in the best of shape.

By Tony Attwood

With Arsenal not playing until Sunday Saturday afternoon took me to my local football ground – Corby Town. They are in what we used to call the Conference North, now the Blue Square Bet North. Either way it is 6th tier of English football. The ground is 10 minutes from my […]

Uefa squares up to Man C, Chelsea, PSG and the Russians. Now we wait…

——————————————- The club that changed football By Tony Attwood

You wouldn’t know it from the behaviour of the last couple of days, but there is a new rule in football. A new rule that says that clubs must not lose more than €45m between 2011 to 2013 (which is about £46m at current exchange […]