5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I found this book to be a compeling read, and a very candid reflection of the club. The insights come from behind the scenes and are treated very objectively. As well as true insights into the recent boardroom politics going on at Arsenal, from a commercial perspective the book reflects the clubs magnificent transition to the Emirates stadium and the unfortunate disaster of the Highbury square development.
Arsenal fans are shown once more just how lucky they are to have the brilliant Arsene Wenger at the helm, and how the man is a martyr for his club and his philosophies. The club as a sum of its parts is clearly larger on the pitch, and smaller off of it.
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