It’s competition time on Goonerholic, thanks to the good people at Octopus Publishing. They have a number of Arsenal titles available, and have generously provided their four newest releases for one lucky ‘holic reader.
The four titles ‘up for grabs now’ (sorry, couldn’t resist!) are…
Arsenal: The Official Biography, by Steve Stammers, published by Hamlyn on 6th October.
Arsenal Confidential, Photography by Stuart Macfarlane, Club photographer, Hamlyn 6th October.
The Official Arsenal Encyclopaedia, published by Hamlyn on 6th October.
Arsenal: The Official Illustrated History, to be published by Hamlyn on 7th November.
The books will be on many a Christmas wish list, and should set you back over sixty-five pounds to buy. I’ll have a brief write up on all four over the coming days, starting with…
Arsenal: The Official Illustrated History
This official history charts Arsenal’s story from its inception in 1886 right up to the
dramatic 2007/08 season. It details how Dial Square became Woolwich Arsenal,
the move to Highbury, Herbert Chapman’s inspirational leadership, the famous
Double of 1971, the exciting title race of 1989, the second Double of 1998, the
unbeaten season of 2003/04 and the move to their current home.
There is a complete statistical record of European and domestic games and in-
depth features on North London derbies, the stars of the 1930s, Arsenal
internationals, the team of 1971 and the modern French.
For Your Chance To Win Just Answer This Question…
and email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org
As it is Arsene Wenger’s birthday (Many happy returns boss!) we have a topical question.
Which three clubs did Arsene manage before joining Arsenal in 1996?
All correct answers will go into a draw next Friday, 31st October, and the winner will be announced along with the preview of the trip to Stoke the following day.
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