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Arsenal reach 100 unbeaten
 Women's Football News 24 Oct 2008
Arsenal's 4-0 victory over Leeds Carnegie on Sunday means that the club has now reached the astonishing milestone of 100 league matches without defeat.
The last time that the Gunners were beaten in a league game was back in October 2003, when Charlton Athletic defeated them 2-1 at The Valley. England defender and then Charlton captain Casey Stoney still has the distinction of being the last player to score a winning goal in a league match against Arsenal.
During that time, Arsenal have won 94 of the 100 league games they have played and drawing the other six. They have scored a whopping 431 goals and conceded just 72.
Meanwhile the club has announced the dates on which the two legs of their UEFA Women's Cup quarter final with Umea IK will be played.
The first leg will take place at Boreham Wood on Thursday 6th November (7pm) and the return match is to be hosted by Umea six days later.
The club is yet to announce ticket details and prices for the home leg.

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