Untold Arsenal is edited by Tony Attwood, who is the Committee Member of Arsenal Independent Supporters Association in charge of the Arsenal History project, a season ticket holder at Arsenal, author of “Making the Arsenal” - the story of Arsenal in 1910, and editor of the Arsenal History Website. Tony is also an occasional contributor to the Arsenal.com website and the author of a regular column (Arsenal Uncovered) in the Arsenal official matchday magazine.
Other regular writers are Walter Broeckx, a referee and senior member of the official Benelux Arsenal Supporters Association, and Phil Gregory, who is taking a degree in economics at the University of Leeds. We also have a regular referee preview from Dogface, a weekly injury review from Dale, and a review of what the media is up to from Anne.
We welcome articles from anyone interested in Untold Arsenal and its themes and ideas. Just email the article as a word file to Tony.Attwood@aisa.org
Untold Arsenal’s mission is
1. To support Arsene Wenger in all he does.
2. To cover football stories – particularly those with a relevance to Arsenal – which are not covered fully or (in our view) accurately covered elsewhere. This particularly includes stories on the economics of football, which we see as being central to the state of football at the moment.
3. To celebrate the history of Arsenal and of football in general, expanding awareness of that history, and correcting errors in the statement of that history that have been put about by supporters of one other club (which for the moment shall remain nameless), particularly through the History of Arsenal site.
4. To give complete positive support to the players of Arsenal – including all those presently on the staff, and almost all of those past (with about two particular exceptions).
5. To expose and report on corruption in football at all levels – from Fifa downwards.
6. To explore and develop (on occasion) the humour of football.
7. And to do anything else that which appears to be a good idea at the time.
If you can think of anything else we ought to do and which fits with these ambitions, please do let me know.