Proud To Say That Name

In 1989 raputous red and white souls bellowed "boring, boring Arsenal" from a corner of Anfield to honour the champions who had clinched the title in the manner acclaimed as one of the most dramatic ever, and all this from a club whom critics had said would put an insomniac to sleep. This book presents a trip through three decades of football at Highbury, told by manager George Graham and 11 Arsenal players including Liam Brady, Charlie George,...

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Proud to Say That Name

In 1989 rapturous red and white souls bellowed Boring, boring Arsenal from a corner of Anfield to honour the champions who had clinched the title in the manner acclaimed as one of the most dramatic ever, and all this from a club whom critics had said would put an insomniac to sleep. This book presents a trip through three decades of football at Highbury, told by manager George Graham and 11 Arsenal players including Liam Brady, Charlie George,...

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