Arsenal Dog Names

Arsenal Dog Names

The Gunners, one of the most successful clubs in English football

The list below includes some pretty awesome names. Names like:

DALTRY: Roger Daltry, singer The Who, famous fan

JENS: Jens Lehmann, goalkeeper, made 200 appearances

LEEBOY: Nickname for Lee Dixon

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ADAMS Tony Adams, 669 appearance and club captain from 1988-2002
ALAN Alan Smith, made 347 appearances and scored 115 times (1987-1995)
ALLISON George Allison, (1934-1947) manager 2 titles and the FA Cup
BERGKAMP Dennis Bergkamp, most appearances by a player outside the UK (423) 120 goals
BERTIE Bertie Mee, manager (1966-1976) won the title and the FA Cup
BOOM BOOM Nickname for Martin Keown
BRADSHAW Harry Bradshaw, manager (1899-1904)
BRADY Liam Brady, (1972-1980) 307 appearances 59 goals
CESC Cesc Fabregas, the club's youngest ever goalscorer (303 appearances)
CLIFF Cliff Bastin, was Arsenal's top goalscorer from 1939-2006 (178 goals)
DALTRY Roger Daltry, singer The Who, famous Arsenal fan
DIDO Singer, famous Arsenal fan
DIXON Lee Dixon 618 appearances (1988-2002)
DOUG Doug Lishman, 244 appearances 137 goals (1948-1955)
DRAKE Ted Drake, scored 139 goals between 1934-1939
FREDDIE Freddie Ljungberg, (1998-2007) 328 appearances scored 72 goals
GALLAS Frenchman William Gallas (2006-2010) 142 appearances
GILBERO Gilberto Silva, Brazilian midfielder (2002-2008) 245 appearances 24 goals
GOONER Gooners, what the Arsenal fans call themselves
GRAHAM George Graham, player (1966-1972) and manager (1986-1995)

GUNNER The Gunners, club nickname
HERBERT Herbert Chapman, arguably Arsenal's greatest manager
HERBIE Herbie Roberts (1926-1937) 335 appearances
HIGHBURY Arsenal Stadium, aka Highbury (location) the club's ground from 1913-2006
HOLLOWAY The club is based in Holloway, north London
IAN Ian Wright, 185 goals the club's second all time top goalscorer
JACK David Jack, (1928-1934) 208 appearances 124 goals
JENNINGS Pat Jennings, goalkeeper (1977-1984) 377 appearances
JENS Jens Lehmann, goalkeeper 200 appearances (2003-2008 & 2011)
LEEBOY Nickname for Lee Dixon
MCNAB Bob McNab (1965-1975) 365 appearances
MERSON Paul Merson, (1986-1977) 423 appearances 99 goals
MITCHELL Thomas Mitchell, the club's first professional manager (1897- )
NIGEL Nigel Winterburn, (1988-2000) 584 appearances
NORRIS Henry Norris, saved the club from bankruptcy in the early 1900s
O'LEARY David O'Leary, holds the record for the most appearances (722)
PARKER Tom Parker, Arsenal's first successful captain (FA Cup 1930)
PARLOUR Ray Parlour, 464 appearances
PATRICK Patrick Vieria, Arsenal captain (2002-2005)
PERSIE Robin van Persie, Dutch forward 278 appearances and scored 132 goals

RAMSEY Aaron Ramsey, Welsh midfielder, part of the current Arsenal squad
REG Reg Lewis, (1935-1953) scored 118 goals and mande 176 appearances
RIX Graham Rix, (1977-1988) 464 appearances 51 goals
ROCASTLE David Rocastle (1985-1992) 277 appearances 34 goals
ROSICKY Tomas Rosicky, Czech midfielder, part of the current Arsenal squad
SHAW John Shaw, manager took over after the death of Herbert Chapman (1934)
THEO Theo Walcott, part of the current Arsenal squad
THIERRY Thierry Henry, Arsenal's all-time top goalscorer (228)
WENGER Arsene Wenger, Arsenal's first foreign and current manager
WHITTAKER Tom Whittaker, manager (1947-1956) won two titles and the FA Cup

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