Christmas Day 1936, Blundell Park, Cleethorpes. Frank Swift, the Manchester City goalkeeper retrieves the ball from the back of the net for the fifth time that afternoon. The 'Blues' of Manchester have just been beaten 5-3 by Grimsby Town - and lay twelfth in the First Division! A season that had begun with such high hopes appears to be in tatters. City are closer to relegation than winning the Championship. However, against all the odds and the trauma of Grimsby, a remarkable run sees them remain unbeaten in the league for the rest of the season. An extraordinary sequence of results - fifteen victories and seven draws - propels City to a historic first Championship and the names of Swift, Barkas, Brook, Doherty and Tilson become immortalised within the club's history. The thrills and spills of a gripping campaign are all in this book. Find out in detail how City were crowned 'Champions of England' in the Spring of 1937.