Win a 1955 shirt signed by 4 Arsenal players!

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I get bombarded by a lot of potential giveaways at Gunnerblog, but this one is genuinely cool.

Arsenal partner Citroen are celebrating the 60th anniversary of the launch of their DS brand, and have managed to get some Arsenal players in on the celebration.

Laurent Koscielny, Mathieu Flamini, David Ospina and Theo Walcott recently took part in an exclusive photo shoot, posing in an Arsenal shirt from 1955 — the same year the DS was born. 

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Now, Citroen have kindly given Gunnerblog one of those retro shirts to give away, signed by all four players.

Winning couldn’t be easier. All you need to do is tweet me including ‘#DSis60′ and providing the answer to the following question:

In what position did Arsenal finish the 1954/55 league campaign?

I’ll announce a winner at midday UK-time on Friday. Good luck!

Gunnerblog is the brainchild of childbrained football writer James McNicholas. Aside from Gunnerblog, James currently contributes to Bleacher Report, The Mirror and ESPN.

15 Comments

  1. lasisi   •  

    in 1955 Arsenal finished 9th in the league table with 43points

  2. Vivien Baird   •  

    Answer 9th

  3. mel crumpton   •  

    9th

  4. ustupidwoman   •  

    9th

  5. Isabelle Smith   •  

    9th xx

  6. daniel pol   •  

    9th

  7. Sarah Carroll   •  

    9th

  8. Joanne Clarke   •  

    9th

  9. Jodie Smith   •  

    9th they finished.

  10. Kevin   •  

    9th

  11. simon harris   •  

    9th

  12. 6SArVh   •  

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