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Arsenal Making of A Modern Super Club by Alex Fynn

Arsenal Making of A Modern Super Club

Description : The paperback edition of the acclaimed bestseller - which received numerous glowing reviews and sold out its 6000 copy hardback run - is fully revised and updated with three brand-new chapters. Based on unprecedented access granted to the authors - including exclusive interviews with Arsene Wenger - the book examines in detail Arsenal's transformation into a global superpower under the stewardship of their French manager, right up to the end of the 2008/09 season.

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Authors : Alex Fynn

Published Date : 2009-08-01

Publisher : VSP Books

ISBN : 1905326602

Page : 307 Pages

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