Chapman was the first, and arguably the greatest, of the 'modern' managers during the 1920s and 30s, when he achieved huge success with first, Huddersfield Town and then, Arsenal. His revolutionary style of coaching changed the face of football. Here he discusses many aspects of his profession, including how to build a team and how to deal in the transfer market. He also deals with his early playing career from 1897. All very interesting. "This is a most important work for the game", Seddon.
First Edition. Small 8vo. xi + 178pp. Frontispiece. Original red cloth with title in black lettering to front cover and spine. Owner's name to ffep. Corners torn from top of pages 71-86 (not affecting text) . A good copy. [Seddon, C124]
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