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Football » Football Books » Football Biographies » ALLISON CALLING: A GALAXY OF FOOTBALL AND OTHER MEMORIES

ALLISON CALLING: A GALAXY OF FOOTBALL AND OTHER MEMORIES

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George Allison (1888-1957) was Arsenal's second longest-serving manager (after Wenger), serving the club from 1934to 1947, during which time they won the League Championship twice (1934-35, 1937-38) and the FA Cup (1935-36). He famously appeared as himself  in the 1939 film The Arsenal Stadium Mystery. One of his lines, uttered at half-time, was: "It's one-nil to the Arsenal. That's the way we like it.".

Small 8vo. 240pp. Text illustrations. Pictorial, paper-covered boards. Owner's name to title page. A good copy.

Date
1948
Publisher
Staples Press
Author
George ALLISON

£18.00 (Code: 45333)

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