Rab MacWilliam
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Pages: 74

Since the Herbert Chapman glorious era of the 1930s, Arsenal Football Club has been a highly respected name in world football.In the years following WWII, Arsenal experienced fluctuating fortunes on the pitch. From the barren 1950s and 1960s, through their successes of the early 1970s and subsequent decline, halted by the arrival of George Graham and then re-energised by Arsene Wenger, Arsenal have, in common with all other clubs, experienced seasons of mid-table relative mediocrity as well as years of domestic and European success at the highest levels.However, even during their leaner spells, Arsenal always fielded players of the highest calibre and class: footballers whose talents, determination and abilities provided the backbone to the club’s performances. Under the stewardship of the astute and tactically innovative Wenger, Arsenal have flourished as never before, fielding ...
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