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bugslife_2000k 12th August 2010 21:35

[FC] ::>>>ARSENAL FOOTBALL CLUB "THE GUNNERS" Home Part I <<<::
 
VICTORIA CONCORDIA CRESCIT



HISTORY TIMELINE OF ARSENAL

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Arsenal Football Club started out as Dial Square in 1886 by workers at the Royal Arsenal in Woolwich, south-east London, and was renamed Royal Arsenal shortly afterwards. The club was renamed again to Woolwich Arsenal after turning professional in 1891. The club became the first southern member of the Football League in 1893, starting out in the Second Division, and won promotion to the First Division in 1904. The club's relative geographic isolation resulted in lower attendances than those of other clubs, which led to the club becoming mired in financial problems and effectively bankrupt by 1910, when they were taken over by local businessman Henry Norris. Norris sought to move the club elsewhere, and in 1913, soon after relegation back to the Second Division, Arsenal moved to the new Arsenal Stadium in Highbury, North London; they dropped "Woolwich" from their name the following year. Arsenal only finished in fifth place in 1919, but were nevertheless elected to rejoin the First Division at the expense of local rivals Tottenham Hotspur, by reportedly dubious means.
A group of people on a red open-topped bus wave to a crowd of onlookers.
Arsenal's players and fans celebrate their 2004 League title win with an open-top bus parade.
Two teams of sportsmen, one in yellow shirts and one in red and blue shirts, stand in a line. In front of the line is a line of children in equivalent shirts, but each in front of the opposite team. A number of other people stand in the foreground looking on. Behind the teams, a number of people hold a large circular piece of fabric with logos printed on, and two large banners hang down vertically from above the whole scene.
Arsenal players (in yellow shirts, left) line up alongside Barcelona for the 2006 Champions League Final.

Arsenal appointed Herbert Chapman as manager in 1925. Having already won the league twice with Huddersfield Town in 1923–24 and 1924–25 (see Seasons in English football), Chapman brought Arsenal their first period of major success. His revolutionary tactics and training, along with the signings of star players such as Alex James and Cliff Bastin, laid the foundations of the club's domination of English football in the 1930s.[8] Under his guidance Arsenal won their first major trophies – victory in the 1930 FA Cup Final preceded two League Championships, in 1930–31 and 1932–33. In addition, Chapman was behind the 1932 renaming of the local London Underground station from "Gillespie Road" to "Arsenal", making it the only Tube station to be named specifically after a football club.

Chapman died suddenly of pneumonia in early 1934, leaving Joe Shaw and George Allison to carry on his successful work. Under their guidance, Arsenal won three more titles, in 1933–34, 1934–35 and 1937–38, and the 1936 FA Cup. As key players retired, Arsenal had started to fade by the decade's end, and then the intervention of the Second World War meant competitive professional football in England was suspended.

After the war, Arsenal enjoyed a second period of success under Allison's successor Tom Whittaker, winning the league in 1947–48 and 1952–53, and the FA Cup in 1950. Their fortunes waned thereafter; unable to attract players of the same calibre as they had in the 1930s, the club spent most of the 1950s and 1960s in trophyless mediocrity. Even former England captain Billy Wright could not bring the club any success as manager, in a stint between 1962 and 1966.

Arsenal began winning silverware again with the surprise appointment of club physiotherapist Bertie Mee as manager in 1966. After losing two League Cup finals, they won their first European trophy, the 1969–70 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup. This was followed by an even greater triumph: their first League and FA Cup double in 1970–71.[15] This marked a premature high point of the decade; the Double-winning side was soon broken up and the following decade was characterised by a series of near misses. Arsenal finished as First Division runners-up in 1972–73, lost three FA Cup finals, in 1972, 1978 and 1980, and lost the 1980 Cup Winners' Cup final on penalties. The club's only success during this time was a last-minute 3–2 victory over Manchester United in the 1979 FA Cup Final, widely regarded as a classic.

The return of former player George Graham as manager in 1986 brought a third period of glory. Arsenal won the League Cup in 1986–87, Graham's first season in charge. This was followed by a League title win in 1988–89, won with a last-minute goal in the final game of the season against fellow title challengers Liverpool. Graham's Arsenal won another title in 1990–91, losing only one match, won the FA Cup and League Cup double in 1993, and a second European trophy, the Cup Winners' Cup, in 1994. Graham's reputation was tarnished when he was found to have taken kickbacks from agent Rune Hauge for signing certain players,and he was dismissed in 1995. His replacement, Bruce Rioch, lasted for only one season, leaving the club after a dispute with the board of directors.

The club's success in the late 1990s and 2000s owed a great deal to the 1996 appointment of Arsθne Wenger as manager. Wenger brought new tactics, a new training regime and several foreign players who complemented the existing English talent. Arsenal won a second League and Cup double in 1997–98 and a third in 2001–02. In addition, the club reached the final of the 1999–2000 UEFA Cup (losing on penalties to Galatasaray), were victorious in the 2003 and 2005 FA Cups, and won the Premier League in 2003–04 without losing a single match, an achievement which earned the side the nickname "The Invincibles";in all, the club went 49 league matches unbeaten, a national record.

Arsenal finished in either first or second place in the league in eight of Wenger's first eleven seasons at the club, although on no occasion were they able to retain the title.[12] As of 2009, they were one of only four teams, the others being Manchester United, Blackburn Rovers and Chelsea, to have won the Premier League since its formation in 1992. Arsenal had never progressed beyond the quarter-finals of the Champions League until 2005–06; in that season they became the first club from London in the competition's fifty-year history to reach the final, in which they were beaten 2–1 by Barcelona. In July 2006, they moved into the Emirates Stadium, after 93 years at Highbury.

bugslife_2000k 12th August 2010 21:35

OUR STADIUM ---->>>>> EMIRATES STADIUM (capacity 60.355) :winner: :winner:



History of Emirates:

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The Emirates Stadium, often known simply as the Emirates (IPA: /πiːˈɛmərəts/) formerly Ashburton Grove, is a football stadium located in Holloway in the London Borough of Islington and is the current home of Arsenal FC. The stadium opened in July 2006 and has an all seated capacity of 60,355, making it the second largest football club stadium in England behind Manchester United's Old Trafford, and the third largest stadium of any kind in London, after Wembley and Twickenham, and overall the fifth largest football stadium in the United Kingdom. It was initially known as Ashburton Grove after the road it was located on, before a naming rights deal with the airline Emirates was struck in October 2004. The project cost £390 million, including the cost of the associated infrastructure.

It was announced on 5 October 2004 that Emirates Airline had signed a 15-year deal for naming right of the stadium, worth £100m. This sum also includes payments for an eight-year shirt sponsorship by Emirates, starting in the 2006–07 season.

The stadium name is often colloquially shortened from "Emirates Stadium" to "The Emirates", although some supporters continue to use the former name "Ashburton Grove" or even "The Grove" for the new stadium, especially those who object to the concept of corporate sponsorship of stadium names.This discrepancy between official and unofficial names is similar to the manner in which Arsenal's former ground, Arsenal Stadium, was almost universally referred to as "Highbury" by supporters, the media and the club itself.

bugslife_2000k 12th August 2010 21:36

Squad!!!
 
2010/2011 squad

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No. Position Player
1 GK Manuel Almunia
2 MF Abou Diaby
3 DF Bacary Sagna
4 MF Cesc Fΰbregas (captain)
5 DF Thomas Vermaelen
6 DF Laurent Koscielny
7 MF Tomas Rosicky
8 MF Samir Nasri
10 FW Robin van Persie
11 FW Carlos Vela
14 FW Theo Walcott
15 MF Denνlson
16 MF Aaron Ramsey
17 MF Alex Song
19 MF Jack Wilshere
20 DF Johan Djourou
21 GK Łukasz Fabiański
22 DF Gaλl Clichy
23 MF Andrei Arshavin
24 GK Vito Mannone
27 MF Emmanuel Ebouι
28 DF Kieran Gibbs
29 FW Marouane Chamakh
30 DF Armand Traorι
52 FW Nicklas Bendtner
53 GK Wojciech Szczęsny
Note: highlight blue is new player in 2010/2011 season

bugslife_2000k 12th August 2010 21:37

Honours
 
honours

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domestic

* first division (until 1992) and premier league[107]

winners (13): 1930–31, 1932–33, 1933–34, 1934–35, 1937–38, 1947–48, 1952–53, 1970–71, 1988–89, 1990–91, 1997–98, 2001–02, 2003–04

runners-up (8): 1925–26, 1931–32, 1972–73, 1998–99, 1999–2000, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2004–05

* second division[12][107]


runners-up (1): 1903–04

* fa cup

winners (10): 1930, 1936, 1950, 1971, 1979, 1993, 1998, 2002, 2003, 2005
runners-up (7): 1927, 1932, 1952, 1972, 1978, 1980, 2001

* league cup[12]

winners (2): 1987, 1993
runners-up (4): 1968, 1969, 1988, 2007

* fa community shield (fa charity shield before 2002)

winners (12): 1930, 1931, 1933, 1934, 1938, 1948, 1953, 1991 (shared), 1998, 1999, 2002, 2004
runners-up (7): 1935, 1936, 1979, 1989, 1993, 2003, 2005


european


* uefa champions league[12]

runners-up (1): 2006

* european cup winners' cup

winners (1): 1994
runners-up (2): 1980, 1995

* inter-cities fairs cup[12]

winners (1): 1970

* uefa cup

runners-up (1): 2000

* uefa super cup

runners-up (1): 1994

bugslife_2000k 12th August 2010 21:38

Fixtures 2010/2011
 
Pre-Season

17 Jul Pre-season Friendly A Barnet 4 0
21 Jul Pre-season Friendly A SK Sturm Graz 3 0
27 Jul Pre-season Friendly A SC Neusiedl 1919 4 0
31 Jul Emirates Cup H AC Milan 1 1
01 Aug Emirates Cup H Celtic 3 2
07 Aug Pre-season Friendly A Legia Warsaw 6 5

August

15 Sun Barclays Premier League A Liverpool 16:00
21 Sat Barclays Premier League H Blackpool 15:00
28 Sat Barclays Premier League A Blackburn Rovers 12:45

September

11 Sat Barclays Premier League H Bolton Wanderers 15:00
14/15 UEFA Champions League N Matchday 1 vs BRAGA 6-0
18 Sat Barclays Premier League A Sunderland 17:30 1-1
22 Wed Carling Cup N Third Round vs tottenham hotspurs
25 Sat Barclays Premier League H W.B.A. 15:00
28/29 UEFA Champions League N Matchday 2

October

03 Sun Barclays Premier League A Chelsea 16:00
16 Sat Barclays Premier League H Birmingham
19/20 UEFA Champions League N Matchday 3
24 Sun Barclays Premier League A Manchester City 16:00
27 Wed Carling Cup N Fourth Round
30 Sat Barclays Premier League H West Ham United 15:00


November


2/3 UEFA Champions League N Matchday 4
07 Sun Barclays Premier League H Newcastle United 13:30
10 Wed Barclays Premier League A Wolverhampton W.
14 Sun Barclays Premier League A Everton 14:00
21 Sun Barclays Premier League H Tottenham Hotspur 13:30
23/24 UEFA Champions League N Matchday 5
27 Sat Barclays Premier League A Aston Villa 12:45

December

01 Wed Carling Cup N Quarter-Final
04 Sat Barclays Premier League H Fulham 15:00
7/8 UEFA Champions League N Matchday 6
11 Sat Barclays Premier League A Manchester United 15:00
18 Sat Barclays Premier League H Stoke City 15:00
26 Sun Barclays Premier League H Chelsea
28 Tue Barclays Premier League A Wigan Athletic 15:00

January

01 Sat Barclays Premier League A Birmingham City 15:00

04 Tue Barclays Premier League H Manchester City 19:45
08 Sat The FA Cup N Third Round
12 Wed Carling Cup N Semi-Final 1L
15 Sat Barclays Premier League A West Ham United 15:00
22 Sat Barclays Premier League H Wigan Athletic 15:00
26 Wed Carling Cup N Semi-Final 2L
29 Sat The FA Cup N Fourth Round

February

01 Tue Barclays Premier League H Everton 19:45
05 Sat Barclays Premier League A Newcastle United 15:00
12 Sat Barclays Premier League H Wolverhampton W. 15:00
15/16/22/23 UEFA Champions League N Round of 16 1L
19 Sat The FA Cup N Fifth Round
26 Sat Barclays Premier League A Tottenham Hotspur 15:00
27 Sun Carling Cup N Final

March

05 Sat Barclays Premier League H Sunderland 15:00
8/9/15/16 UEFA Champions League N Round of 16 2L
12 Sat The FA Cup N Quarter-Final
19 Sat Barclays Premier League A W.B.A. 15:00

April

02 Sat Barclays Premier League H Blackburn Rovers
5/6 UEFA Champions League N Quarter-Final 1L
09 Sat Barclays Premier League A Blackpool 15:00
12/13 UEFA Champions League N Quarter-Final 2L
16 Sat Barclays Premier League H Liverpool 15:00 (or FA Cup Semi-Final)
23 Sat Barclays Premier League A Bolton Wanderers 15:00
26/27 UEFA Champions League N Semi-Final 1L
30 Sat Barclays Premier League H Manchester United 15:00

May

3/4 UEFA Champions League N Semi-Final 2L
07 Sat Barclays Premier League A Stoke City 15:00
14 Sat The FA Cup N Final 15:00
14 Sat Barclays Premier League H Aston Villa 15:00(Date and kick off time may change due to the FA Cup Final on the same day)
22 Sun Barclays Premier League A Fulham 16:00
28 Sat UEFA Champions League N Final

bugslife_2000k 12th August 2010 21:38

DAFTAR GOONERS DF:

1. SURI aka Astrid (kepala suku)
2. Adebayor (status: MIU --missing in unknown :sweatdrop:)
3. Abah_zikri (status: MIU --missing in unknown :sweatdrop:)
4. Ronievanpersie (status: MIU --missing in unknown :sweatdrop:)
5. TCP_13 (status: MIU --missing in unknown :sweatdrop:)
6. POPSHELL (status: BIA --Banned in Action-- :sweatdrop:)
7. RENAN (status: MIU --missing in unknown :sweatdrop:)
8. DOMONG2
9. Jack_wilshere
10. bugslife_2000k
11. Bhisitt
12. phoenix_2003
13. Djenggo (sang radjo pasisio)
14. Ceye
15. m91x_46 (status: MIU --missing in unknown :sweatdrop:)
16. Salvatorebianchi
17. mr23 (status: MIU --missing in unknown :sweatdrop:)
18. El_phino


nyang belum disebut PM gw aja yak :cheers:

bugslife_2000k 12th August 2010 21:39

KIT 2010/2011






bugslife_2000k 12th August 2010 21:41

Records
 
Appearances

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Youngest

* Youngest first-team player – Cesc Fΰbregas, 16 years 177 days (v. Rotherham United, League Cup, 28 October 2003)[1]
* Youngest first-team player in the league – Jack Wilshere, 16 years 256 days (v. Blackburn Rovers, Premier League, 13 September 2008)[1]
* Youngest first-team player in Europe – Jack Wilshere, 16 years 329 days (v. Dynamo Kyiv, UEFA Champions League, 25 November 2008)[1]
* Youngest first-team player in the FA Cup – Jack Wilshere, 17 years 2 days (v. Plymouth Argyle, 3 January 2009)[1]

Oldest

* Oldest first-team player – Jock Rutherford, 41 years 159 days (v. Manchester City, First Division, 20 March 1926)[1][2]
* Oldest first-team player in the Premier League - John Lukic, 39 years 336 days (v. Derby County, 11 November 2000)[1]
* Oldest first-team player in Europe – John Lukic, 39 years 311 days (v. Lazio, UEFA Champions League, 17 Oct 2000)[1]
* Oldest first-team debutant – Ronnie Rooke, 35 years 7 days (v. Charlton Athletic, First Division, 14 Dec 1946)

Most Appearances

* All Time Most Appearances - David O'Leary 722 (1975-1993) --> 588 in league, 70 FA Cup, 70 League Cup, 21 Europe, 3 Community Shield

* Current player with most appearances – Cesc Fΰbregas, 267 (48), as of 31 March 2010
* Most consecutive appearances – Tom Parker, 172 (3 April 1926 – 26 December 1929)
* Most separate spells with the club - Hugh McDonald, 3 (1905–1906; 1908-1910 & 1912-1913)
Goalscorers
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* All time Top Scorers - Thierry Henry 226 goals (174 league, 7 fa cup, 2 league cup, 42 europe, 1 community shield

* Current player with most goals – Robin van Persie, 73 (197), as of 9 May 2010


In a season

* Most goals in a season – 44, Ted Drake (1934-35)
* Most League goals in a season – 42, Ted Drake, (1934-35)
* Most Premier League goals in a season – 30, Thierry Henry, (2003-04)

In a single match

* Most goals in a single match – 7, Ted Drake (v. Aston Villa, First Division, 14 December 1935)
* Most goals in a single match at home – 5, Jack Lambert (v. Sheffield United, First Division, 24 December 1932)
* Most goals in an FA Cup match – 4, joint record: Cliff Bastin (v. Darwen, 9 January 1932) and Ted Drake (v. Burnley, 20 February 1937)
* Most goals in a League Cup match – 4, Jϊlio Baptista (v. Liverpool, 9 January 2007)
* Most goals in a European match – 4, Alan Smith (v. Austria Wien, European Cup, 18 September 1991)
* Fastest recorded goal – 13 seconds, Alan Sunderland (v. Liverpool, FA Cup, 28 April 1980)

Youngest and oldest

* Youngest goalscorer – Cesc Fΰbregas, 16 years 212 days (v. Wolverhampton Wanderers, League Cup, 2 December 2003)[5]
* Youngest goalscorer in the league – Cesc Fΰbregas, 17 years 113 days (v. Blackburn Rovers, Premier League, 25 August 2004)[5]
* Youngest goalscorer in the FA Cup – Cliff Bastin, 17 years 303 days (v. Chelsea, 11 January 1930)[5]
* Youngest goalscorer in Europe – Cesc Fΰbregas, 17 years 217 days (v. Rosenborg, UEFA Champions League, 7 December 2004)[5]
* Youngest hat-trick scorer – John Radford, 17 years 315 days (v. Wolverhampton Wanderers, First Division, 2 January 1965)[5]
* Oldest goalscorer – Jock Rutherford, 39 years 352 days (v. Sheffield United, First Division, 20 September 1924)
Club records
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Wins

* Most League wins in a season – 29 in 42 matches, First Division, 1970-71
* Fewest League wins in a season – 3 in 38 matches, First Division, 1912-13

Defeats

* Most League defeats in a season – 23 in 38 matches, First Division, 1912-13
* Fewest League defeats in a season – 0 in 38 matches :winner:, Premier League, 2003-04

Goals

* Most League goals scored in a season – 127 in 42 matches, First Division, 1930-31
* Fewest League goals scored in a season – 26 in 38 matches, First Division, 1912-13
* Most League goals conceded in a season – 86 in 42 matches, First Division, 1926-27 and 1927-28
* Fewest League goals conceded in a season – 17 in 38 matches, Premier League, 1998-99

Points

* Most points in a League season (2 for a win) – 66 in 42 matches, First Division, 1930-31 [
* Most points in a League season (3 for a win) – 90 in 38 matches, Premier League, 2003-04
* Fewest points in a League season (2 for a win) – 18 in 38 matches, First Division, 1912-13
* Fewest points in a League season (3 for a win) – 51 in 42 matches, Premier League, 1994-95

Firsts

* First match – v. Eastern Wanderers, Friendly, 11 December 1886 (won 6-0)
* First FA Cup match – v. Lyndhurst, First Qualifying Round, 5 October 1889 (won 11-0)
* First FA Cup match (proper) – v. Derby County, First Round, 17 January 1891 (lost 2-1)
* First League match – v. Newcastle United, Second Division, 2 September 1893 (drew 2-2)
* First First Division match – v. Newcastle United, 3 September 1904 (lost 3-0)
* First match at Highbury – v. Leicester Fosse, Second Division, 16 September 1913 (won 2-1)
* First European match – v. Stζvnet (Copenhagen XI), Fairs Cup, 25 September 1963 (won 7-1)
* First League Cup match – v. Gillingham, 13 September 1966 (drew 1-1)
* First match at Emirates Stadium – v. Ajax Amsterdam, Friendly, 22 July 2006 (won 2-1)

Record wins By venue

* Record win at home – 12-0 (v. Loughborough, Second Division, 12 March 1900 & v. Ashford United, 14 October 1893)
* Record win at Highbury – 11-1 (v. Darwen, FA Cup, 9 January 1932)
* Record win at Emirates Stadium – 7-0 (v. Slavia Prague, Champions League, 23 October 2007)
* Record win away – 7-0 (v. Standard Liθge, UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, 3 November 1993)

Sequences

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Wins

* Most consecutive wins (overall) – 14 (12 September – 11 November 1987)
* Most consecutive wins (League only) – 14 (10 February – 18 August 2002)

Draws

* Most consecutive draws (both overall and League only) – 6 (3 March – 1 April 1961)

Losses

* Most consecutive losses (overall) – 8 (12 February – 12 March 1977)
* Most consecutive losses (League only) – 7 (12 February – 12 March 1977)

Unbeaten

* Most consecutive matches unbeaten (overall) – 28 (9 April 2007 – 24 November 2007)
* Most consecutive matches unbeaten (League only) – 49 (7 May 2003 – 16 October 2004):winner: :winner:

alssco 12th August 2010 21:53

mampir rumah baruuu....ahahaaa

hotel_prodeo 12th August 2010 22:08

Last post at pejwan is mine.....

:winner: :winner: :winner:

:kabur:


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