So Paddy Got Up: An Arsenal anthology

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Portnoy Publishing, Dec 7, 2011 - Sports & Recreation - 352 pages
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So Paddy Got Up is a unique collection of writing about Arsenal Football Club. Edited by Andrew Mangan, founder of Arseblog, it features bloggers, writers and journalists reminiscing, eulogising, analysing and waxing lyrical about everything from the club’s humble origins to where it finds itself now, from great players to great managers, from tactics to fans to stadia to kits, amongst many other things.

Contributors include Amy Lawrence, Paolo Bandini, Philippe Auclair, Gunnerblog, Goonerholic, East Lower, Michael Cox and many more.

It’s by far the greatest Arsenal anthology the world has ever seen.

 

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IN THE BEGINNING Andrew Mangan
ONE GEORGIE GRAHAM Amy Lawrence
FROM OPEN SEWERS TO OPEN SANDWICHES Tim Stillman
DENNIS Paolo Bandini
HIGHBURY V EMIRATESJim Haryott
CONTINUED EVOLUTION TomClark 7 HERBERT CHAPMAN Philippe Auclair 8 WHAT IS ARSENAL?Julian Harris
LETSGET DIGITAL James McNicholas 10 ALLHAILTHEALMOSTINVINCIBLES Chris Harris
AGAME OF TWO HALVES KieronOConnor 18 SUPPORTING ARSENAL FROM AFAR Leanne Hurley 19 STRENGTH FROM WITHIN FROM ...
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Andrew Mangan is the owner and editor of Arseblog, the award winning Arsenal website. He is a fan of bourbon, rum and Robert Pires (not in that order).

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