We’ve got three semi-finals and notable days for Frank McLintock and David Seaman today – quite a notable selection.
Because our Anniversary files are still growing, not all of our stories have links at the moment – but over time we’ll cover the lot. However there is an article on David Seaman’s time with the club, which is also linked.
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Here’s today’s anniversaries…
31 March 1906: Arsenal play in FA Cup semi final for first time
31 March 1971: Arsenal 2 Stoke 0 in FA Cup semi final replay
31 March 1973: Last appearance of Frank McLintock
31 March 1979: Arsenal beat Wolverhampton W in our 14th FA Cup semi final
31 March 1998: Arsenal beat Bolton away with 10 men, and David Seaman kept a clean sheet for Arsenal for 150th time.
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