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Seventy-One Guns

The Year of the First Arsenal Double

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Seventy-One Guns by David Tossell
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In the summer of 1970, England was buzzing about the new football season. More than 30 million television viewers had watched the previous year's FA Cup final and the brilliant Brazilians had dazzled audiences during the Mexico World Cup. The new age of televised highlights meant that football's profile had never been greater, generating a new celebrity status for footballers and catapulting them into the limelight like never before. The 1970-71 season did not disappoint as Arsenal achieved the first Double of football's televised era amid controversy and drama. The Football League and FA Cup were won at the end of a campaign that included a street fight in Rome, the emergence of new young stars and unrest and unhappiness among some of the older players. "Seventy-One Guns" includes extensive interviews with the Arsenal players and coaches and, through their memories, anecdotes and opinions, recreates the drama of that memorable season. Looking beyond Highbury's Marble Hall, the book also recounts some of the events that made 1970-71 a historic time in English football in general, including: the rise of Leeds under Don Revie; the demise of Manchester United and the problems of George Best; football's attempt to clamp down on the hard men; and troubled times for Alf Ramsey's England in the wake of the Mexico World Cup.

Author Biography

David Tossell has more than 20 years experience in sports journalism and public relations. Formerly Executive Sports Editor of TODAY, he is currently head of European public relations for the National Football League (NFL). His other books, include PLAYING FOR UNCLE SAM- THE BRITS STORY OF THE NORTHEN AMERICAN SOCCER LEAGUE also published by Mainstream.
Release date NZ
October 1st, 2003
Author
Contributor
Foreword by Bob Wilson
Pages
240
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Mainstream Publishing
Dimensions
130x198x22
ISBN-13
9781840187762
Product ID
1662643

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