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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 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.

Some great reviews although I'm not seeing one from Mark Lawrenson

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Great timing now that Liverpool have just lost a game
CoolCarCuffs01/03/2020 00:17

They drew a load of games. End of story.


Weird criticism considering they obtained enough points to win the Premier League in 26 of 27 seasons since it's existed.
The salt from Liverpool fans is delicious, the ones I know have been insufferable all season. When there were empty seats at old Trafford for a midweek FA cup third round game one even said "wouldn't see that at Anfield" and they fully meant it. Think they might have just totally forgotten Liverpool existed before 2016.
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Can see this being a marmite deal given the circumstances
Hand it overr

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Great timing now that Liverpool have just lost a game
Huge failure for VAR, were they asleep in Stockley park?
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bungla29/02/2020 19:58

Great timing now that Liverpool have just lost a game

It's not timing
he's had it done when they were about to lose
Cold. Too pricey to burn and keep Arsenal dreams alive in 2020
In comedy, timing is everything.


Heat.
Amazing season but Arsenal always bottled it in Europe in recent decades.
They drew a load of games. End of story.
CoolCarCuffs01/03/2020 00:17

They drew a load of games. End of story.


Weird criticism considering they obtained enough points to win the Premier League in 26 of 27 seasons since it's existed.
Whitedot01/03/2020 00:45

Weird criticism considering they obtained enough points to win the Premier …Weird criticism considering they obtained enough points to win the Premier League in 26 of 27 seasons since it's existed.


Liverpool made 97 points last season and lost. Doesn't matter about enough points anymore. Winning is winning. Becoming Invincibles etc. is simply incidental.
Don’t know where you got that stat, it’s not even top 5 for total number of points.
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Whitedot01/03/2020 00:45

Weird criticism considering they obtained enough points to win the Premier …Weird criticism considering they obtained enough points to win the Premier League in 26 of 27 seasons since it's existed.


There are 6 prem seasons they wouldn't have won with their invincibles points tally
Does it mention the sore losers/pizzagate business after Manchester United ended their unbeaten record and how Chelsea went on to win the Prem that year
The salt from Liverpool fans is delicious, the ones I know have been insufferable all season. When there were empty seats at old Trafford for a midweek FA cup third round game one even said "wouldn't see that at Anfield" and they fully meant it. Think they might have just totally forgotten Liverpool existed before 2016.
Haha heat, don't let it slip now 😜 Steve Gerrard Gerrard
About £7.70 too expensive
As Roy Keane recently said to Jamie Carrigher. You get a winners medal, if you turn it over, it doesn’t say how many points you get.
essjay_2201/03/2020 02:52

There are 6 prem seasons they wouldn't have won with their invincibles …There are 6 prem seasons they wouldn't have won with their invincibles points tally


In all but one season, their 90 points was more than second place got.
Whitedot01/03/2020 09:07

In all but one season, their 90 points was more than second place got.


What a weird way to look at it, why would you ignore the team that actually won it each season when comparing?
adiboy7901/03/2020 07:45

As Roy Keane recently said to Jamie Carrigher. You get a winners medal, if …As Roy Keane recently said to Jamie Carrigher. You get a winners medal, if you turn it over, it doesn’t say how many points you get.


It doesn't... but if you're invincible you get to enjoy an extra gold trophy 😁
*Mark not Martin
essjay_2201/03/2020 09:45

What a weird way to look at it, why would you ignore the team that …What a weird way to look at it, why would you ignore the team that actually won it each season when comparing?


I was simply comparing how many points the winners needed to win the league each season, because it's impossible to know how the league table would change if you add in another team taking 90 points. Even so, 21/27 is hardly the sign of a poor points total anyway.
NARMAK01/03/2020 00:59

Liverpool made 97 points last season and lost. Doesn't matter about enough …Liverpool made 97 points last season and lost. Doesn't matter about enough points anymore. Winning is winning. Becoming Invincibles etc. is simply incidental.


Exactly. If you won all the games in a season, that's impressive, but just not losing is hardly worth mentioning

Certainly not worth a gaudy gold trophy as if that was any more of a feat than say Leicester winning the league
essjay_2201/03/2020 09:45

What a weird way to look at it, why would you ignore the team that …What a weird way to look at it, why would you ignore the team that actually won it each season when comparing?


Totally agree with this. “We’d have won it if the team finishing first had fewer points than us”. Lol.
Invincables01/03/2020 13:11

Didn't lose though!


True. But Pires didnt eactly cover him self in glory for his dive that earned a draw against Portsmouth. Some ( mostly Arsenal fans ) will see it differently but i would personally rather win fair and be able to reflect on it in years to come without any question marks hanging over me.But i expect none of the team will readily remember. I will just point out im not a Arsenal hater ( but might be tomorrow night ).
Van persie wrote a book about his time at arsenal, it has no title
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