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89 - How Arsenal did the impossible Blu Ray at Amazon for £2.56 Prime / £4.55 non Prime

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Posted 29th Sep
89 tells the incredible story of one of football’s greatest triumphs: when against all odds Arsenal snatched the Championship title from Liverpool at Anfield in the last minute of the last game of the 1988/89 season. It’s a universal tale of a band of brothers who, led by a charismatic and deeply respected manager, came together to defy the odds and create history.

Mixing archive and previously unseen footage with revealing interviews, insights & memories from the original squad, game officials, famous fans and the people who were there on the night this is the definitive account of a watershed moment in football and a must-watch for any sports fan.

Featuring: Tony Adams, Lee Dixon, George Graham, Paul Merson, Nigel Winterburn, Amy Lawrence, Nick Hornby, Alan Davies Ian Wright and many more.
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Moffeti29/09/2019 08:59

This game had so much more drama. 'Agueroooooo' was Hollyoaks compared to …This game had so much more drama. 'Agueroooooo' was Hollyoaks compared to 'it's up for grabs now'


And that game was hardly a clash of the giants!
This was the real deal and had everything. I'm not a fan of either side ( I'm just a poor Leed fan) but remember exactly where I was and who with when I watched it. Great stuff, hot!!
Gollywood29/09/2019 08:28

Watched this Live back in the day. I disagree that it's the best finish …Watched this Live back in the day. I disagree that it's the best finish to a game ever. My choice would be Aguero-oooooooo


If city hadn't spent billions assembling that squad I'd probably agree.
Gollywood29/09/2019 15:59

But Man City were 1-2 down, in Injury time with ManU fans & players …But Man City were 1-2 down, in Injury time with ManU fans & players celebrating the title at Sunderland.... That's the context


What about the context of Anfield 89?

Winning away there by 2 clear goals was unheard of against that Liverpool team, and in the last minute, and to nick the title off them.

I mean, if City had beaten United away rather than QPR at home in similar circumstances, you might have a point.
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Would rather watch this

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Watched this Live back in the day. I disagree that it's the best finish to a game ever. My choice would be Aguero-oooooooo
Edited by: "Gollywood" 29th Sep
It’s up for grabs now!
Gollywood29/09/2019 08:28

Watched this Live back in the day. I disagree that it's the best finish …Watched this Live back in the day. I disagree that it's the best finish to a game ever. My choice would be Aguero-oooooooo


If city hadn't spent billions assembling that squad I'd probably agree.
Gollywood29/09/2019 08:28

Watched this Live back in the day. I disagree that it's the best finish …Watched this Live back in the day. I disagree that it's the best finish to a game ever. My choice would be Aguero-oooooooo


That Aguero goal V QPR or Troy deeney against Leicester in the play off semi final
MonkeyMan9029/09/2019 08:44

That Aguero goal V QPR or Troy deeney against Leicester in the play off … That Aguero goal V QPR or Troy deeney against Leicester in the play off semi final


The Sky Sports News reporter makes it even better
This game had so much more drama. 'Agueroooooo' was Hollyoaks compared to 'it's up for grabs now'
Both Aguero and the Arsenal last minute winning goals, I remember where I was vividly and both are as clear in my memories as if they happened yesterday. I don’t support either team, but these are iconic sporting moments in history - heat added, I’m sure it will be a good watch for a measly £2.56.
Moffeti29/09/2019 08:59

This game had so much more drama. 'Agueroooooo' was Hollyoaks compared to …This game had so much more drama. 'Agueroooooo' was Hollyoaks compared to 'it's up for grabs now'


And that game was hardly a clash of the giants!
This was the real deal and had everything. I'm not a fan of either side ( I'm just a poor Leed fan) but remember exactly where I was and who with when I watched it. Great stuff, hot!!
Features lots of arsenal players.... Except either goalscorer :/ was a true classic though.
It was hardly impossible if they did it whatever it was.
Beating Liverpool to a title isn’t that impressive
Got shut of Wenger
donny126629/09/2019 15:05

Beating Liverpool to a title isn’t that impressive


Was then
Gollywood29/09/2019 08:28

Watched this Live back in the day. I disagree that it's the best finish …Watched this Live back in the day. I disagree that it's the best finish to a game ever. My choice would be Aguero-oooooooo


That's what Sky Sports brainwashing will do to you
Spurs fan. Aguero vs QPR? Bah QPR were I believe (just going off memory) down to ten men, already relegated, away from home and absolutely knackered by the time Aguero scored. The Man City team was worth about ten times what QPR were. Don't understand the fuss about the goal. If anything they nearly bottled a game they should have won easily.
VanZan29/09/2019 15:43

Spurs fan. Aguero vs QPR? Bah QPR were I believe (just going off memory) …Spurs fan. Aguero vs QPR? Bah QPR were I believe (just going off memory) down to ten men, already relegated, away from home and absolutely knackered by the time Aguero scored. The Man City team was worth about ten times what QPR were. Don't understand the fuss about the goal. If anything they nearly bottled a game they should have won easily.


But Man City were 1-2 down, in Injury time with ManU fans & players celebrating the title at Sunderland.... That's the context
VanZan29/09/2019 15:43

Spurs fan. Aguero vs QPR? Bah QPR were I believe (just going off memory) …Spurs fan. Aguero vs QPR? Bah QPR were I believe (just going off memory) down to ten men, already relegated, away from home and absolutely knackered by the time Aguero scored. The Man City team was worth about ten times what QPR were. Don't understand the fuss about the goal. If anything they nearly bottled a game they should have won easily.


Qpr weren't down at that point actually. They were 2-1 up on the day and were fighting to survive, then other goals went in at other grounds which confirmed their safety and they literally just gave up because they knew they were safe. Watch it back, after City equalised they literally just gave the ball back to them after kick off, they didn't care about their own result any more because they didn't need to. That sours that moment quite a bit for me and I'm surprised more people don't mention that context when discussing it.
I remember watching this live, to see the title slip from liverpool was a great day
HUKDposter29/09/2019 16:21

Qpr weren't down at that point actually. They were 2-1 up on the day and …Qpr weren't down at that point actually. They were 2-1 up on the day and were fighting to survive, then other goals went in at other grounds which confirmed their safety and they literally just gave up because they knew they were safe. Watch it back, after City equalised they literally just gave the ball back to them after kick off, they didn't care about their own result any more because they didn't need to. That sours that moment quite a bit for me and I'm surprised more people don't mention that context when discussing it.


Wasn't ex Liverpool's Cisse celebrating with ManCity at the end?
Gollywood29/09/2019 15:59

But Man City were 1-2 down, in Injury time with ManU fans & players …But Man City were 1-2 down, in Injury time with ManU fans & players celebrating the title at Sunderland.... That's the context


What about the context of Anfield 89?

Winning away there by 2 clear goals was unheard of against that Liverpool team, and in the last minute, and to nick the title off them.

I mean, if City had beaten United away rather than QPR at home in similar circumstances, you might have a point.
thinwhiteduke29/09/2019 18:17

What about the context of Anfield 89? Winning away there by 2 clear goals …What about the context of Anfield 89? Winning away there by 2 clear goals was unheard of against that Liverpool team, and in the last minute, and to nick the title off them. I mean, if City had beaten United away rather than QPR at home in similar circumstances, you might have a point.


City did beat Utd away 6-1 that season... sure it wasn’t the last match, but Utd had an 8 point gap with 6 matches left and bottled it
Led by a charismatic and deeply respected manager...
George Graham.
thinwhiteduke29/09/2019 18:17

What about the context of Anfield 89? Winning away there by 2 clear goals …What about the context of Anfield 89? Winning away there by 2 clear goals was unheard of against that Liverpool team, and in the last minute, and to nick the title off them. I mean, if City had beaten United away rather than QPR at home in similar circumstances, you might have a point.


I think you're forgetting man City were 2 1 down in the 91st minute and they needed to win otherwise the title was man u. They then went on to equalise in the 92nd minute and then get a winner in the 94th.thats very very rare in football regardless of who you're playing but to do it and snatch the PL title is another thing.
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