Tag Archives | Bob Wilson

The Truth is that Gazidis, Wenger and Arsenal are creating a legacy to sustain us now and in the future – SO BE PROUD TODAY!

I would like to thank our friends at Forty Nine Undefeated  for allowing us to post this superb article by Gooner Chris (@AFC_ChrisGooner) In a world where short term needs and requirements are largely put before long term planning, football is no different. In fact it is worse, it feels like not a day goes by […]

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Wenger and players help raise £200k for Arsenal Foundation at Charity Ball

The Arsenal Foundation held its annual flagship fundraiser at Emirates Stadium on Thursday night, raising over £200,000 to support projects that help young people to fulfill their potential.  Arsène Wenger and the first-team squad attended the event, alongside Arsenal Foundation ambassador Robert Pires and newly-retired legendary jockey and Arsenal fan AP McCoy. Representatives of the […]

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Theo Walcott’s wonder strike v Marseilles in auction to raise money for Wilson’s Willow Foundation

The biggest sporting moments from the best of British, including Theo Walcott, have been immortalised on canvas and will be auctioned from September 4 to 14 for Willow – the only national charity working with seriously ill young adults aged 16 to 40 to fulfill uplifting and unforgettable Special Days.  The artworks will be on […]

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Bob Wilson OBE: “For the love of the game”

In 1971, Arsenal romped to a league and cup double. Under the guidance of experienced players, Bob Wilson and Frank McLintock, Arsenal were dominant. WTTGT interviewed the former of these legends to find out his thoughts on how the game has changed, the Arsenal goalkeepers, and how his charity helps change people’s lives. Read Bob’s […]

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