Tag: Herbert Chapman

1927, 1930 and 1932 FA Cup final kits

90 years ago: Arsenal’s first FA Cup final win

Today, thanks to Arsène Wenger's influence, Arsenal are FA Cups kings with 13 but Arsenal's first FA Cup came 90 years ago, in the 1929/30 season.

10 July, 1950: Italian national team want Arsenal manager

The Northern Whig, on this day in 1950, reported that the Arsenal manager Tom Whittaker was very much in demand with the Italian national team.
LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 06: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says goodbye to the Arsenal fans after 22 years at the helm at the end of the Premier League match between Arsenal and Burnley at Emirates Stadium on May 6, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)

Love Arsenal? Check out this pod talking Sunday’s goodbyes, Leicester City, the Herbert Chapman...

If you don't already know, Daily Cannon's podcast host, Matthew Wade, was handpicked from the Arsenal blogger and podcast world to talk all things...

Arsene Wenger is the last of his kind and his era is over

As pressure grows, again, on Arsene Wenger to call it a day on Arsenal, the Arsenal manager represents the last of his kind - a long-term club man in a world that has moved on without him.
Herbert Chapman

OTD 1934 – One of Arsenal's most influential managers died

On this day in 1934, one of the most important managers in Arsenal's history, Herbert Chapman, died of pneumonia aged 55 at his home in Hendon.
Wilf Copping, Eddie Hapgood, George Male, Ted Drake

Arsenal hit unbelievable 1934/35 scoring high

Arsenal are scoring at a rate of 2.4 goals per game this season – a ratio they have not managed since 1934/35.

Watch: 1932 FA Cup Final team make TV appearance

We have been known as 'The Arsenal' for quite some time. Herbert Chapman was the man who put the club on the map, and his...

Chapman deserves to be remembered like Liverpool and Manchester United greats are

Today is Herbert Chapman’s birthday. The legendary Arsenal manager, revered by Arsenal fans everywhere, is, ridiculously, very rarely mentioned when it comes to discussions about...