New PUBLISHED: 13:40 24 December 2018 | UPDATED: 13:40 24 December 2018 Layth Yousif The main entrance at Highbury Stadium, London. PA Archive/PA Images Arsenal reporter Layth Yousif takes a trip down memory lane as he recalls his beloved Highbury… The famous clock at Highbury’s Clock End. Picture: PA ArchiveTen Things I Miss About Highbury…1) The Mystery of the Horse’s Skeleton at the Laundry EndArsenal fans clear away snow from the terraces at Highbury, after manager George Graham promised a free ticket to any supporter who turned up to help with preparations for a match with Coventry City in January 1987As a kid I’d heard the rumours of a horse being buried when they were building the foundations of the original North Bank in 1913, then known as the Laundry End. That a horse and cart that had fallen into the rubble and that the unfortunate creature had to be put down.I’d also heard that when they rebuilt the North Bank in 1993 they failed to find any remains and was disappointed to think that the tale simply did not occur. I remember a mate sitting on his shiny new seat in the North Bank the first day they opened… Read full this story
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