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Originele titel: Alien Arsenal ( Film )
Alien Arsenal, also released as Alien Weapons, tells the story of two teenage misfits, Ralph and Baxter, who accidentally discover a bizarre vault full of alien weaponry and body armor in the basement of their high school, with which they harness the power to transform from super geeks...to superheroes. Unfortunately, their discovery signals the arsenal's alien owners who have returned to Earth to reclaim the deadly cache...and destroy the planet!
Originele titel: Arsenal Invincibles ( Film )
What does it take to become Invincible? In 2004, Arsenal won the Premier League without losing a single game and earned their place in football history. Narrated by Mark Strong and featuring interviews with Thierry Henry, Jens Lehmann, Martin Keown, Sol Campbell, Ray Parlour and Arsène Wenger; Invincibles retells the story of that magical season through those that made the impossible a reality.
Arsenal Legends: Thierry Henry
Originele titel: Arsenal Legends: Thierry Henry ( Film )
His charisma was only outshone by his quality as a footballer. A true revelation in the red of Arsenal, Thierry Henry's legacy extends beyond his club record goal scoring. Honest and articulate, the French forward boasts a flair and personality that set him apart from the rest.
Arsenal - Italian Job
Originele titel: Arsenal - Italian Job ( Film )
After a difficult start to the 2003/2004 Champions League campaign, Arsène Wenger and his team arrived at the San Siro on November 25, 2003 with the knowledge that victory was essential to progress to the Second Stage of Europe's elite competiton.
The Arsenal Stadium Mystery
Originele titel: The Arsenal Stadium Mystery ( Film )
During a charity football match between Arsenal and touring amateur side Trojans, the Trojan's new star player collapses and dies. Inspector Slade of Scotland Yard is called in and declares it was murder. It takes all his ingenuity and another death before the motive is discovered and the killer revealed.
Arsenal: Season Review 1997-1998
Originele titel: Arsenal: Season Review 1997-1998 ( Film )
Arsenal, under the management of Arsene Wenger, managed to claw their way to the title after being completely out of the championship race before Christmas. In winning the double in style, the 'Gunners' may finally have lost their 'Boring, Boring Arsenal' tag, thanks to Dennis Bergkamp, Patrick Viera, Emmanuel Petit, Nicholas Anelka and Marc Overmars. All the highlights are included here, alongside interviews with Petit, Vieira and Wenger.
Arsenal: Season Review 1970-1971
Originele titel: Arsenal: Season Review 1970-1971 ( Film )
1970-1971 was a truly historic season for the Heroes from Highbury . . . Frank McLintock skippered a legendary Gunners side that boasted the likes of Bob Wilson. Pat Rice, Bob McNab. Peter Storey, Peter Simpson, George Armstrong, George Graham, John Radford, Eddie Kelly, Ray Kennedy and Charlie George. Managed by Bertie Mee and coached by Don Howe, the pride of North London won the League and FA Cup double for the first time in the club s history.
Arsenal: Season Review 2003-2004
Originele titel: Arsenal: Season Review 2003-2004 ( Film )
Capturing the record breaking season for Arsenal Football Club, the players give exclusive interviews talking you through the season of 2003/2004. Highlights include all the lengthy Cup runs on three fronts: the Worthington Cup, the FA Cup and the Champions League.
Arsenal - 501 Great Goals
Originele titel: Arsenal - 501 Great Goals ( Film )
Arsenal fan, Dermot O'Leary looks at the players and goals that have made Arsenal one of the most successful clubs in English football. Players featured include Charlie George, Frank Stapleton, John Radford, Paul Merson, Charlie Nicholas and Ian Wright.
Arsenal: Season Review 2004-2005
Originele titel: Arsenal: Season Review 2004-2005 ( Film )
Arsenal's season literally went right down to the very last kick of the campaign - with skipper Patrick Vieira's spot kick winning the FA Cup in Cardiff. It brought a successful conclusion to another dramatic, record breaking season for the Gunners. Apart from the club's 27th major honour, there were a host of highlights in 2004/05, including an all-time league record for 49 consecutive matches without a defeat.
Arsenal: Season Review 2009-2010
Originele titel: Arsenal: Season Review 2009-2010 ( Film )
Once again Arsenal pushed all the way for major honours, while playing some of the most dynamic and thrilling football in the country. All the signs are positive for this ever improving group of players who have shown character and commitment all season long. Emirates Stadium has witnessed some breathtaking action with the likes of Robin van Persie, Andrey Arshavin and Samir Nasri dazzling and delighting in equal measure. Then there's the captain, Cesc Fabregas, who has led from the front weighing in with 19 goals, while at the back the rock from Belgium, Thomas Vermaelen has added strength and steel to the Arsenal back line.
Arsenal: Season Review 1986-1987
Originele titel: Arsenal: Season Review 1986-1987 ( Film )
The 1986-87 season saw the return to Arsenal of their former player George Graham as manager. Graham had been appointed just after the end of the previous season as successor to Don Howe who had resigned in late March. He had been a member of Arsenal's double winning team in 1971, but Arsenal had gone since 1979 without winning a major trophy, finishing seventh in the two seasons leading up to Graham's arrival and finishing as low as 10th in 1983. Arsenal started the season well and were top of the league by Christmas, but a 10-match winless run went against their title hopes in the second half of the season and they eventually finished fourth, with Everton finishing champions for the second time in three seasons. Compensation for the failed title bid came in the form of the club's first ever Football League Cup victory, which came with a 2-1 win over Liverpool in the Wembley final. Charlie Nicholas scored both of Arsenal's goals.