Arsenal’s Financial Troubles Come Under The Microscope On This Day, 10th March 1910

March seems to be a decisive month in the history of Arsenal in the first half of the Twentieth Century, off the pitch at least. The parlous state of the club’s finances were pivotal in the role of the club moving from Woolwich two years later. This era is covered in the thoughtful and key history of the club around that time, Woolwich Arsenal FC: 1893-1915 The club that changed football, by Andy Kelly, Mark Andrews and Tony Attwood. This, along with The Crowd at Woolwich Arsenal, by Mark, offer a tremendous insight into the early years of the club’s existence.

11031911 Winding up of Woolwich Arsenal FC

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2 thoughts on “Arsenal’s Financial Troubles Come Under The Microscope On This Day, 10th March 1910

  1. Very many thanks for your mention of our book today. Very much appreciated – as is your daily post. I missed it when you were not here.

    Tony Attwood

    • Thanks Tony – the books have been invaluable and enjoyable. As was “Making The Arsenal”, the omission of which was inexcusable. My apologies!

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