“What should a supporters group do?” “More of this!!” An audience with Mark Pougatch

Tony Attwood reflects on AISA’s latest Zoom event for members. Taking part in the recent Zoom event arranged by Arsenal Independent Supporters Association with broadcast journalist Mark Pougatch two things struck me. First that this is exactly what AISA should be doing.  Second, can we do some more? There’s no doubt that being in the same room... Continue Reading →

Form is temporary, class is permanent, and Arsenal is for life.

As I watched the Arsenal/Brighton game on Thursday night from my seat in the North Bank Lower I noticed a small child being held aloft on his father’s shoulders for the duration of the game. He was about 5 or 6 I think and I wonder if he will remember the evening at all. I... Continue Reading →

Was Arsenal’s manager a dope?

Leslie Knighton, Arsenal manager In the Arsenal History Programme for last season’s home match against AFC Bournemouth we led with a story entitled “Leslie Knighton - Arsenal hero or villain?”. Having managed both clubs it was an appropriate time to take a look at the record of the man who was manager at Arsenal from 1919-1925... Continue Reading →

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