History, facts and figures, documenting Arsenals triumphs from when they formed until 2010
Personalised Leeds On This Day Book
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From 1st January 1966 when Eddie Gray makes his debut against Sheffield, to December 31st 2005 when United beat Hull 2-0 at Elland Road. Memorable moments in history are recorded in this handy little book. Fact filled pages mean that every day of the year has at least one nugget of information about the Leeds’ past victories and events. Give the footie fan in your life a nostalgic read. Whether he reads it to brush up on his facts before a big game, wants to know what memorable things happened on his birthday, or thumb through a quick read whilst on the loo. Fans won’t know how they did without this book, and with their name embossed on the cover it makes the perfect gift for any occasion, whether it’s a stocking filler at Christmas for the man in your life, or a Birthday present for your colleague. Cover colours may vary
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