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  1. The Creation of a Gooner part 3 Terry Neill, Pat Rice and Sammy Nelson. Ah, 1969-70, a sad season, or was it? It was certainly a reality check for me at a time when young kids in Ireland followed the winners with Irish ties, Manchester United, Liverpool, Everton and Leeds had strong teams with equally strong managers and all with Irish connections and top players. Manchester City were another powerful team with one of their best trophy hauls until the modern era. But they didn’t really have Irish players. Arsenal didn’t have really have Irish players either but that chan
  2. 1983 горе и долу (Up and down) повече надолу, отколкото нагоре (More down than up) Up It is very hard to describe the season 1982-83 so I have borrowed the Bulgarian term which is also used in English- up and down. However, in Bulgarian it is a much more common saying. Good things did happen and let’s start with one of them. We finally replaced Frank Stapleton with an equally good player, England international Tony Woodcock was signed a year after Stapleton was let go. I am sure he cost a lot more than Stapleton in wages but that was Arsenal at the time. And we saved a years spe
  3. Arteta vs Neill You know, the situation with Arteta now is similar to when Terry Neill took over. We were happy when he took over but results didn’t improve as much as we would have liked. Arteta got us two gongs and Neill didn’t do that but he got us up to 8th in 1976-77 from 17th . Neill went on a losing run of 9 defeats from 11 - sound familiar, Gooners? It started in January and finished in March whereas I am hoping December brings us Christmas joy at the moment. Wenger fans will be aware that November was always his bad month and I am hoping Arteta has inherited that from him and we
  4. The demise of Bertie Mee Bertie Mee gave us the impossible double without top players. I mentioned 17th two columns ago. 1975-76. The darkest point in my memory. But of course the Irish just kept appearing like mushrooms, to lighten the pain. Yes, I was worried about relegation for a long way through the season. The strange thing was that we started well. 2 wins and a draw out of the first 4. With that type of form you could dream of a high finish to banish the horrendous 16th of the previous season. And on paper we had what looked like a top team. Alan Ball, Liam Brady, Brian Kidd
  5. When everything brightened up You have to understand, it was different to today. We just didn’t have the constant access to everything we have nowadays. We watched highlights on the BBC and ITV on Saturday night and on Sunday afternoon. Probably no more than 15 minutes per match, mostly goals, goal chances and controversies. For a real live match we went to watch our local team playing on a Saturday or Sunday. The pitch was beside my house and Newbrook Celtic were the team. They played in Celtic colours and were indicative of the support Celtic had throughout Ireland at the time, and inde
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