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Invincible Inside Arsenal's Unbeaten 2003 2004 SeasonThis book is really only suited for Arsenal fans It doesn t follow a chronological seuence through the season in uestion and unless you have a good understanding of how that season went you could feel like you re missing out on arts of the story For an Arsenal fan it s an excellent retelling of the unbeaten season through the eyes of those involved and delves into the Arsenal story both before and after to give a rounded

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of the and osition in football At times a little to reverential to Arsenal and Arsene Wenger in articular but still a thoroughly enjoyable read Despite being a Villa fan I Have Read A Lot About read a lot about and their recent greats so do have a little emotional ull to the club This was not just a book about The Invincibles but an impressive collection of thoughts from most of the layers in the famous side of 2003 4 Perhaps suited for Arsenal fans than for a generic football fan due to its completely uncritical stance assuming the Membership edition I Birds picked up only has a different cover it has some rather simplistic comments about some of the wider issues which is a shame for a serious journalist in Amy LawrenceThe main strengths of this book are its structure and depth of first hand accounts Rather than list the games Lawrence seems to have gathered as many interviews asossible on the subject and fitted them into the book in the most appropriate way First a background to the side followed by key oints in the season and then the title run in Although written by a fan the story itself is told through the Invincibles themselves and only Ashley Cole and Henry are lacking in terms of major co. In 2003 04 Arsenal overcame every conceivable challenge to complete a 38 game league without a single loss It was a feat uneualled in modern football But for Arsene Wenger's 'Invincibles' a team inc. Ntributions This lends credibility to the claims this was a Close Knit Side As The Story Isn T Driven By knit side as the story isn t driven by or two Robot Programming: A Practical Guide to Behavior-Based Robotics players even if most of theraise appears to be for their teammates ability and strength and not their Perfect Phrases for Writing Company Announcements: Hundreds of Ready-to-Use Phrases for Powerful Internal and External Communications personalities However the appreciation for the team s style and identity really comes through and fits with the idea this was a special side and not just a successful oneThe unbeaten element doesn t tell the whole story though as this team lost in the FA Cup semi final to Man Utd and in the Champions League to Chelsea and as the team droppedoints on 12 occasions in the league three titles winners have scored Versailles points in a season Naturally the book was going to focus on the league but it is also about a great team and the losses against Man Utd and Chelsea are largely excused and used in terms of motivation for the league while an FA Cup tie against Portsmouth isresented as roof of how good the team is which seems inconsistent There is little in the way of critical analysis of why a team that was so good still ended up losing to English opposition at crunch times although Wenger s mention of losing a bit of mental strength in the last chapter hinted at why whilst inadvertently roviding a comic touchMore insight was gained from other figures at the club from Pat Rice at Wenger s side to David Dein at board level and Nick Hornby and Alan Davies from the terraces and Lawrence s use of her contacts book definitely added some nice touches especially the sense that this Arsenal side was uniuely The Mystery of the Two-Toed Pigeon powerful The decline afterwards isresented as inevitable due to the new stadium and new money in the Premier League but. Luding legends Thierry Henry Patrick Vieira and Dennis Bergkamp it was a challenge that went far beyond sport Based on exclusive Rack Ruin players interviews this definitive book relives theivotal games and. ,

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Again this absolves Wenger of criticism Manchester United and Liverpool have both won the Champions League since 2004 and neither have had an oligarch funding their silverware Conversely Arsenal benefited from being one of the top teams when the Premier League started and there was an influx of money to English
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which has them to outspend clubs other than United since 1990Provided you were following football in 2004 you will Espenlaub probably like this book as aiece of nostalgia for such an aesthetically Splendid Solution pleasing side Without her ties to Arsenal the book wouldrobably be lacking in emotion however there is no doubt Lawrence is a fan and Invincible is just too fawning in tone to be brilliant This was my guilty leasure READ FOR THE READ HARDER CHALLENGE for the Read Harder challenge loved this it s about my favourite team and some of my favourite layers Reading it I think Amy Lawrence feels the same A must read for Arsenal fan to know in depth the insight of Invincible season Reading this book is like walking through the incredible season as a art of the team You not only get to know them on the itches but on the training grounds in the dressing rooms as well as during the dinner bonding sessions That is not a suad but a family And I am art of them when I read is not a suad but a family And I am art of them when I read the book This must have been a real labour of love for Amy Lawrence journalist and like me a fan of the mighty Arsenal I found it a joy to read brilliantly written and compelling reading Everyone behind the 20034 success contributes to the story As well as bringing back happy memories I learnt so much from this A tear jerker in the happiest of senses which I didn t want to en. Moments and allows the Invincibles to tell their own story It takes readers inside the locker room to reveal the teamwork the sychology and the struggle behind one of the greatest teams in history. ,