And now have a look of all the Gunner players in the Panini Book of the 1988-89 season with the original comments
Manager. Former Arsenal, Villa, Chelsea, Manchester United and Portsmouth player who took over at Highbury in 1986 after four years in charge at Millwall. Was nick-named "Stroller" in his playing days.
Goalkeeper. Born Chesterfield. Joined the Gunners from Leeds in 1983 and became the regular first-choice keeper in succession to Pat Jennings. Former Under-21 England International.
Defender. Born London. Tall central defender and former Highbury apprentice who made his league debut against Sunderland in 1985 and is already a regular choice for club and country.
Born Stoke. Made his League debut for Stoke City in september 1981 and soon settled into the first team, clocking up nearly 200 League games before joining Arsenal in 1988. (More stickers of Steve BOULD)
Defender. Born Manchester. Full-back who made his league bow for Burnley against QPR in may 1983 and later played for Chester, Bury ans Stoke before joining Arsenal in January 1988
Defender. Born Nuneaton. Was on the books of Birmingham and Oxford before making his league debut for Wimbledon in 1983. Spent four seasons at Plough Lane before signing for Arsenal in 1987.
Defender. Born Lambeth. Another product of the Highbuty youth scheme who made his first laeague appearance in 1987 and is now a regular member of the squad. Has also played on loan for Portsmouth.
Midfield. Born London. Cultured midfielder who made his league debut for Arsenal againstSPurs in April 1980 and has since clocked up over 250 League apperances. Widely tipped for a full England cap.
Midfield. Born Seaham Harbour. Snapped up by Arsenal from Sheffield Wesnesday just before the 1988 transfer deadline, having started his career with Hull City. Nearly 300 League appearances in total.
Midifeld. Born Newcastle. Tricky midfielder who served his apprenticeship at Goodison Park and made over 100 league appearances there before moving to Watford in 1986 and on to Highbury a year later.
Midfield/Forward. Born Lewisham. Brilliant attacking midifelder known affectionately by the Noth Banks as "Rocky", this former Highbury apprentice is surely on the verge of full England honours.
Forward. Born London. Promising young striker who made his League bow in November 1986 and was given his chance as the first choice partner for Alan Smith at the start of the 1988-89 season.
Forward. Born Birmingham. Earned a reputation as a prolific goalscorer during five seasons at Leicester, netting 76 times in 200 League games, and joined Arsenal in summer of 1987.