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Invincible: Inside Arsenal's Unbeaten 2003-2004 Season
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Invincible: Inside Arsenal's Unbeaten 2003-2004 Season AmyLawrence Arsène Wenger In 2003 04, Arsenal overcame every conceivable challenge to complete a 38 game league without a single loss It was a feat unequalled in modern football But for Arsene Wenger s Invincibles , a team including legends Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira and Dennis Bergkamp, it was a challenge that went far beyond sport Based on exclusive players interviews, this definitive bookIn 2003 04, Arsenal overcame every conceivable challenge to complete a 38 game league without a single loss It was a feat unequalled in modern football But for Arsene Wenger s Invincibles , a team including legends Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira and Dennis Bergkamp, it was a challenge that went far beyond sport Based on exclusive players interviews, this definitive book relives the pivotal games and moments, and allows the Invincibles to tell their own story It takes readers inside the locker room, to reveal the teamwork, the psychology and the struggle behind one of the greatest teams in history.. Invincible Inside Arsenal s Unbeaten Season In Arsenal overcame every conceivable challenge to complete a game league without a single loss It was a feat unequalled in modern football But for Arsene Wenger s Invincibles a team inc
  • Title: Invincible: Inside Arsenal's Unbeaten 2003-2004 Season
  • Author: AmyLawrence Arsène Wenger
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  • Page: 138
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Invincible: Inside Arsenal's Unbeaten 2003-2004 Season AmyLawrence Arsène Wenger

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    1. Tfitoby says:

      I m biased because I m predisposed towards the subject matter but I can t help but feel that Amy Lawrence has crafted a wonderfully engrossing account of a legendary, record breaking year in English football and the attributes required to bring it to fruition.Team building being such a buzz concept in the business world I m sure the insight these world class athletes provide through their interviews with Lawrence could be invaluable to those wanting to put together motivational power point prese [...]

    2. John says:

      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 2003 4 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 end.

    3. Kartik says:

      Thoroughly insightful and goes much beyond what happened on the 49 glorious match days Full of anecdotes, interviews and news excerpts bringing out the emotional highs and lows the players and the manager underwent to make this happen From the romanticism associated with Highbury to the rational move to the Emirates, Amy Lawrence has brought it all out really well At times, highly reverential of Wenger and Arsenal, but that s expected of course

    4. Chee Shen says:

      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 part of the team You not only get to know them on the pitches, but on the training grounds, in the dressing rooms, as well as during the dinner bonding sessions That is not a squad but a family And I am part of them when I read through the book.

    5. Anthony Rodriguez says:

      Tremendous insight into a spectacular team that cannot be replicated Their hunger for nothing but the best from each other is incredible The only down side of this book is that it makes current iterations of Arsenal so much unpalatable.

    6. Shatterlings says:

      This was my guilty pleasure read for the Read Harder challenge I loved this, it s about my favourite team and some of my favourite players Reading it I think Amy Lawrence feels the same.

    7. Darrell Woods says:

      Already over ten years ago Crumbs This is an easy to read sprint through the Invincibles season where Amy Lawrence has managed to get first hand input from most of those involved It does have a whiff of a bygone age, foreshadowing the onrush of new money that started in May 2003 with Abramovich and sadly moved the goalposts probably forever Memories that stand out are mixed being in line with Wayne Bridge s shot and knowing it was heading in with no time left to knock us out of the CL being furi [...]

    8. Cristina says:

      MIA RECENSIONE afoxamongthebooks La letteratura sull Arsenal vasta, si scritto praticamente di tutto, ma testo fondamentale resta sempre e comunque Fever Pitch Febbre a 90 di Nick Hornby da cui hanno tratto anche un bel film con Colin Firth , tuttavia fermandosi ai primissimi anni novanta non si fa nessuna menzione alla rinascita del club sotto la guida di Ars ne Wenger, manager francese che ormai guida la squadra da quasi vent anni, e soprattutto alla meravigliosa stagione 2003 04 in cui il clu [...]

    9. Kevin Conlon says:

      This book is really only suited for Arsenal fans It doesn t follow a chronological sequence through the season in question, and unless you have a good understanding of how that season went you could feel like you re missing out on parts 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 03 04 to give a rounded view of the club and its position in football At times a littl [...]

    10. Motez Bishara says:

      Fun and quick read for a fan, but was missing any voices from opponents Would have been good to hear Van Neistelroy or Roy Kean s take on the invincibles 10 years later.Nearly all the main Gunners from the squad were interviewed many said overlapping words of praise and cohesion we re still a family etc ex Ashley Cole who refused to participate what is cole s issue with arsenal should have been explored all in all a decent read, and a nice complementary treat in the season ticket holder gift pa [...]

    11. Jeremiah Demster says:

      Lawrence s reverence for the subject matter is obvious, but in the context of this remarkable achievement it s a totally appropriate tone for this book This is not a game by game break down, but rather a look at the relationships, personalities, philosophies, and talents that made it possible She does highlight some key games and their importance to the eventual whole, but as a way of giving them perspective rather than simply capturing or reporting Excellently written and a fascinating read.

    12. Pritesh Patil says:

      Brilliant book and a must read for each and every Gooner to see the depth of Wenger s work for the club But importantly, it gives a good insight into the Invincible year, how it came into being, the relationship that those players still have with the club, despite now being thousands of miles away, and the groundwork laid down by the tag team of David Dein and Arsene Wenger to bring about what was a title challenge and a Championship for the ages.Played 38, won 26, drawn 12, lost exactly none.I [...]

    13. Stephen King says:

      Looking through the reviews, I add my name to the list of Arsenal fans who have warmly welcomed this account of the invincible season Winning the league at White Hart Lane, the beautiful balance of defence, midfield and attack crafted by Wenger, before the creation of Chelsea est 2003 and Man City came and spoiled it all

    14. Jpaflas says:

      Amy is a life long Arsenal fan attending matches since the 70 s with her fam and a writer for the Observer and London s Guardian among others Her style is clear and she is well informed This story of Arsenal s unbeaten 203 04 season is A great read for any Arsenal or football fan.Played 38 Won 26 Drawn 12 Lost exactly none

    15. Rashaad says:

      nothing like living in the past.

    16. John Raine says:

      I don t always love sports books that are heavy into player interviews, but it was great fun to remember this season and that great Arsenal team

    17. Rob Bell says:

      Must read for any Arsenal fan, but a brilliantly written book nevertheless and recommended for anyone who wants an insight into a team of winners

    18. Aik Lim says:

      This was a great read recollecting the season where possibly the most eye pleasing team in the premiership won the championship The team and it s multinational members were a great joy to behold.

    19. Jeff Randall says:

      Love the ARSENAL Good read, though cant say there was much in the way of any unknown insights but enjoyed reading.

    20. Michael Wardrop says:

      A great read It would have been great to hear about the games themselves, but I really enjoyed the first hand accounts from former players.

    21. James says:

      Despite being a Villa fan, I have read a lot about Arsenal and their recent greats, so do have a little emotional pull to the club This was not just a book about The Invincibles, but an impressive collection of thoughts from most of the players 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 picked up only has a different cover , it has some rather simplistic comments about som [...]

    22. Gumble's Yard says:

      Well crafted account relying mainly on recent interviews with the key players including Rice, Wenger and Dein interleaved with some of Lawrence s contemporaneous match reports The book avoids tedious rehashes of every game although is perhapd best read with You Tube to hand to view the actual games in some cases One of the end conclusions of the book is that the season was the last time such an achievement was possible for Arsenal, coming just as Abramovich s investment in Chelsea transformed th [...]

    23. Ryan Patrick says:

      Really of a collection of interviews with the players and a couple of original match reports from the author this means that a lot of the text is that rather bland brand of interviewese when the players say how wonderful it was to be part of that team, and how awesome their teammates were, and so forth I don t want to suggest that they were being insincere, simply that what the writer really wanted to capture were inexpressable thoughts and feelings you ll never get unless you can quite literal [...]

    24. Janina says:

      Actual rating 4.5 Amy Lawrence, ily.

    25. Илья Иноземцев says:

      Not the greatest vision on such a miracle A lot of dialogues with players, coaches and fans, but not a lot drama and intrigue.

    26. Simon Weston says:

      I am obviously going so be slightly biased as an arsenal fan but that aside this is an excellent book about a glorious team and their place in history We all know the story, but this book goes behind that, with interviews and anecdotes from the players involved and extracts from Lawrence s own articles published at the time It is a rare glimpse behind the scenes of our beloved club, with a fascinating insight into training methods but than that, the emotional and mental strength required to ach [...]

    27. Obabi says:

      Good insight into Arsenal s invincible season Using words from the people on the inside, the author gives a well rounded account of how Arsenal managed to do the impossible Not covering just the season itself, the book tells the story of how Arsene Wenger and each member of the invincibles came to be at Arsenal for the memorable 03 04 season, the bonds they developed with each other, the challenges they faced together and how they overcame them as a team.

    28. Deborah says:

      What a wonderful book Must read for every Arsenal fans and lovers of the beautiful game.

    29. Andrew says:

      Great account of an incredible season.

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