Call it a fairytale, call it destiny, don't call it offside (which he was, most definitely) but Thierry Henry scoring for Arsenal—where he scored a club-record 226 goals between 1999 and 2007—is a story from the pages of British pulp fiction. That he scored what may be the deciding goal in the Gunners' FA Cup match against Leeds makes the story that much more unbelievable.
There still has not been an official announcement, but the worst-kept secret in the English Premier League is the inevitable return of Thierry Henry to Arsenal, a team for which he scored 226 goals. According to ESPN.com, Henry has ... Read Post
Demba Ba of the Turkish club Bestikas came within inches of scoring one of the fastest goals ever in the first leg of a Champions League playoff against Arsenal on Tuesday. On the first kick of the game, Ba fired a dipping shot that... Read Post