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Arsenal on This Day



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Arsenal on This Day
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This book is the ultimate guide to matchday trivia, with Arsenal facts for every day of the year. For instance...on October 22nd 2001 former manager Bertie Mee died at the age of 80. He guided Arsenal to two Leauge Cup finals, then Fairs Cup final glory in 1970 and the 'double' the following season...on November 5th 1932 Herbert Chapman persuaded London Electric railway to change the name of the station Gillespie Road to Arsenal, the only London Underground station named after a football club? ...on September 14th 1901 Scotland International inside-left Alex James was born in Mossend, Lanarkshire. He starred during the Herbert Chapman era and netted 26 goals in 231 League games for Arsenal. Perfect for pre-game pub discussions, this is a must-have for true Arsenal fans.
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July 13th, 2006
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United Kingdom
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