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Nike Arsenal 2003 Player issue L/S shirt

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From the early years as Woolwich Arsenal at the end of the nineteenth century to their status as one of the leading European teams of the present day, Arsenal Football Club are immortal. The Gunners have always had shooters in their team. But none of them came, saw and conquered like Thierry Henry. A statue of this man stands firm outside the Emirates. His game was cold. Frozen. Ice ran through his veins when any match was on the line. He broke defenders down like syllables and left goalkeepers stranded like Gilligan. Always with grace, always in your face. King Henry embarrassed players on the pitch with style. This retro shirt made its debut in August 2002 with a 2-0 victory against Birmingham City. It kicked game like Thierry at home. A smart outfit that was renowned for its clean round collar and prominent use of white sleeve. It was their first shirt to feature the O2 logo and new design of the Arsenal badge. Alongside his band of brothers Ashley Cole, Freddie Ljungberg, Robert Pires, Dennis Bergkamp, Patrick Vieira, "Titi" and the mandem started the longest unbeaten run in the history of English league football (49 games, from May 7th 2003 to October 16th 2004) in this shirt. FA Cup champions of 2003? This shirt. That "invincible" season of 2003-04 where they went an entire season without taking a single L? This shirt. Winning a 13th League title at the home of their biggest rivals? This shirt. Arsenal Football Club reached their invincible peak, writing, shaping and making history in this shirt. The 2021-22 Premier League season kicks off tonight with a battle between north and west London as Arsenal face newly-promoted Brentford. Life is a test that every day we are forced to answer to and for something that is necessary for our survival. This game is no different. A 38-week capsule of how to survive a season of life. Football is power, toughness, respect, sacrifice, drive, family, pride, speed. The Premier League is here.