Arsene’s Double Double: A Cool Cat In His Magic Hat – published by Legends
A poetic tribute by Dave Seager, illustrated by Poorly Drawn Arsenal
Over the next couple of months, we have arranged a number of events to publicise our two recently released books. These events give you the opportunity to have a chat with us, meet some like-minded Arsenal fans but, more importantly, get your books signed by some proper Arsenal legends. Read More →
By Mark Andrews, Andy Kelly and Tim Stillman.
Dermot Drummy was a reserve and youth player during the Terry Neill period. Let go by Arsenal he carved out a non league career for himself before finding his niche as a successful youth coach.
Brian Whitehouse was Arsenal’s FA Youth Cup winning manager of 1971, but he left soon after with Don Howe to return to his home team, West Bromwich Albion after the board’s slight at Howe’s role in Arsenal’s historic double winning season.
Lloyd Lindbergh “Lindy” Delapenha was a multi-talented sportsman from Jamaica who, after a short trial at Arsenal, played in a League winning side on the South coast at Portsmouth and then had a successful long spell in the North for Middlesbrough.
Last season having been invited to the Sunderland Sensory room when we played at the Stadium of Light, I wrote this blog – Arsenal play catch up…as Sunderland lead the way!!!
Well, just over a year has passed and Arsenal have most definitely caught up and indeed surpassed the original brilliant idea from the north eastern family, the Shippeys, whose campaign has been growing to increase the opportunities for autistic children to watch football. Information about their mission to make football grounds even more accessible to children and young people with autism, can be found at the @shippeycampaign