052 – Random 1930s Photo’s (part two)

As usual if there’s a press slip on the back it’s quoted as is below the scanned photo.

Although there is no slip for the second photo, the dog is called Gunner and was the Arsenal mascot at the time.

“Too Chilly For Shorts?
Cold Days For Cup-Tie Training.
Alex James, famous Scottish International of the Arsenal Football Team who meet Newcastle United on Saturday week in the Fifth Round of the English Cup, discussing the merits of his new long training bags with George Male, the International right-back.”

“Football at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea v Arsenal.
Alex James scoring the Arsenal’s first goal, during the match this afternoon.”



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2 responses to “052 – Random 1930s Photo’s (part two)

  1. Very good blog mate… A must for any gooner who wants to know the history of club… Are you going right up to date?

    • Cheers H.

      Yeah, pretty much up to date but probably less of the recent stuff as it’s more difficult to find things that are interesting with everything getting plastered over the internet these days.

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