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The Arsenal [2014|2015]

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The Legend

Arsenal Football Club
Founded 1886
Motto: Victoria Concordia Crescit


Football League First Division & Premier League [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,

Football Association Challenge Cup [12 | Current Champions | Most All-Time]:
1930, 1936, 1950, 1971,
1979, 1993, 1998, 2002,
2003, 2005, 2014, 2015

Football League Cup [2]:
1987, 1993

Football Association Community/Charity Shield [13 | Current Champions]:
1930, 1931, 1933, 1934,
1938, 1948, 1953, 1991*,
1998, 1999, 2002, 2004,

* - Shared with Tottenham Hotspur

Mercantile Credit Centenary Trophy [1]:

European Cup Winners' Cup [1]:

Inter-Cities Fairs Cup [1]:

Wartime Titles:
1939–40 [South League 'A'],
1941–42 [London League],
1942–43 [League South]

World Cup [2]:
1998, 2014


1. Wojciech Szczęsny, 13. David Ospina, 43. Ryan Huddart, 44. Dejan Iliev

2. Mathieu Debuchy, 3. Kieran Gibbs, 4. Per Mertesacker, 5. Gabriel Paulista,
6. Laurent Koscielny, 18. Nacho Monreal, 21. Calum Chambers, 40. Héctor Bellerín,
45. Isaac Hayden, 54. Brandon Ormonde-Ottewill, 63. Kristopher da Graca,
73. Stefan O'Connor

7. Tomáš Rosický, 8. Mikel Arteta (vice captain), 10. Carlos Wilshere, 11. Mesut Özil,
15. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, 16. Aaron Ramsey, 19. Santi Cazorla, 20. Mathieu Flamini,
24. Abou Diaby, 34. Francis Coquelin, 35. Gedion Zelalem, 70. Ainsley Maitland-Niles

12. Olivier Giroud, 14. Theo Walcott, 17. Alexis Sánchez, 23. Danny Welbeck,
27. Serge Gnabry, 37. Chuba Akpom

Out On Loan:
Carl Jenkinson (West Ham United; season), Wellington Silva (UD Almería; season), Austin Lipman (Boreham Wood; season), Ryo Miyaichi (FC Twente; season)
Lukas Podolski (Inter Milan; season), Josh Vickers (Concord Rangers; season), Yaya Sanogo (Crystal Palace; season), Joel Campbell (Villarreal; season)
Emiliano Martínez (Rotherham United; season)


Manager: Arsène Wenger
Assistant Manager: Steve Bould
Coaches: Neil Banfield, Boro Primorac, Gerry Peyton, Tony Colbert, Terry Burton, Steve Gatting
Medical: Gary O'Driscoll (Doctor), Colin Lewin (Physio)
Academy director: Liam Brady
Chairman: Sir John Chippendale "Chips" Lindley Keswick
Chief Executive: Ivan Gazidis


First team matches: Emirates Stadium (60,338); Holloway, London.
Reserve team matches: Meadow Park (4,502); Borehamwood, Herts.
Training: Arsenal Training Centre; London Colney, Herts.


19 - Boreham Wood [Meadow Park; Borehamwood, Herts.] - [W] 2-0 (Kristoffer Olsson, Benik Afobe)

26 - Harrow Borough [Earlsmead Stadium; Harrow, London] - [W] 5-1 (Julio Pleguezeulo, Daniel Crowley, Benik Afobe 2, Alex Iwobi)

26 - New York Red Bulls [New York Cup | Red Bull Arena; Harrison, New Jersey] - [L] 0-1

2 - SL Benfica [Emirates Cup | Emirates Stadium; London] - [W] 5-1 (Yaya Sanogo 4, Joel Campbell)

3 - AS Monaco [Emirates Cup | Emirates Stadium; London] - [L] 0-1


Elias Chatzitheodoridis (Mas Kallitheakos, undisc.)
Ben Sheaf (West Ham United, undisc.)
Hugo Keto (Helsingin Jalkapalloklubi, undisc.)
Alexis Sánchez (Barcelona, ~£30,000,000)
Mathieu Debuchy (Newcastle United, ~£12,000,000)
David Ospina (OGC Nice, ~£3,200,000)
Calum Chambers (Southampton, ~£11,000,000)
Danny Welbeck (Man Utd, ~£16,000,000)
Krystian Bielik (Legia Warszawa, ~£2,500,000)
Gabriel Paulista (Villarreal, Undisc.)

Zachari Fagan (Welling United, free)
Łukasz Fabiański (Swansea City, free)
Zak Ansah (Charlton Athletic, free)
Bacary Sagna (Manchester City, free)
Chuks Aneke (SV Zulte Waregem, free)
Nicklas Bendtner (VfL Wolfsburg, free)
Daniel Boateng (Olimpic Sarajevo, free)
Park Chu-Young (Al-Shabab, free)
Thomas Eisfeld (Fulham, undisc.)
Leander Siemann (FC Porto, free)
Johan Djourou (Hamburg, ~£2,500,000)
Thomas Vermaelen (Barcelona, ~£15,000,000)
Ignasi Miquel (Norwich City, undisc.)
Kristoffer Olsson (Midtjylland, undisc.)
Benik Afobe (Wolves, undisc.)
Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea via Barcelona, £5,600,000 buy-back option sold)
Carlos Vela (Real Sociedad , ~£12,000,000 buy-back option sold)


The Legend
We need to get that right back situation sorted out though. I like Jenkinson but I don't know if he's a CL fullback. I hope he is.

I wonder if Coquelin will play for us this year.


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Bobby, you should have posted come FA Cup win pictures



The Von Trapps
Battle of the Buffet
Though Fabregas has never been formally identified, Ashley Cole artfully reduced the number of possible subjects in his spectacularly misguided autobiography, My Defence. In 2006, Cole wrote: "This slice of pizza came flying over my head and hit Fergie straight in the mush. The slap echoed down the tunnel and everything stopped - the fighting, the yelling, everything. All eyes turned and all mouths gawped to see this pizza slip off that famous puce face and roll down his nice black suit. All I can say is that the culprit wasn't English or French, so that should narrow it down."


The Legend
We've been directly or indirectly involved in a number of food related incidents. We must be among the top teams in the world in that category.

Sir Didier Drogba

Head Official
"Meanwhile, Arsène Wenger is not happy about a lot of things – property prices in London, the rise of obesity among children, the way the cleaners at the Emirates hang the toilet paper in improper overhand fashion – but there is one thing that really keeps him awake at night and that is his lack of cover for Wojciech Szczesny. With Lukasz Fabianski expected to do one from Arsenal just as soon as he can, Wenger is in desperate need of someone who can throw balls at Szczesny during the warm-up and pretend to be happy sitting on the bench. Wenger and his scouts have decided that the former England international John Ruddy is just the man for the job. They have sent an envelope stuffed with sweets, fancy soaps and a cheque for £6m to convince Norwich to let him go. They probably had him at £6m."


You must admit, this is great transfer writing.


The Legend
It is good.

I like Ruddy but I wouldn't be surprised to see us bring in some random French keeper on a free instead. That's the Arsenal way.


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Amazed viviano didn't nail a first team place, I thought for sure he was better than sczc


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Arnau;3680076 said:
Go for Casillas, i dont think he os staying at Madrid.

People will riot if he leaves, I won't, but half of spain will. Diego on the other hand, would hate to see him leave.
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