From the publisher:
A celebration of soccer club Arsenal's recent history through the touching story of a step-father and -son whose fandom brings them together. Andrew takes his new partner's son Nathan to an Arsenal match. It's the first time that Nathan has ever been in a football stadium - he should be delighted to be there, but he is wary of the new step-father he doesn't really know...
Will Andrew's passion for his favorite soccer club, Arsenal, allow him to break the ice and get closer to Nathan?
Explore and celebrate the last twenty years of one of the most popular clubs in the world, featuring fan-favorite players and revealing the legacy of celebrated manager, Arsene Wenger. Seen through the eyes of two fans whose love of the game and club, bring them together.
Born in 1960, Philippe Glogowski studied graphic arts at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels. He has been a freelance graphic designer since 1985, working as a letterer, illustrator and scriptwriter for the magazine Spirou. He published his first book in 1989, Les Lansquenets, followed by dozens of collaborations and personal projects over the years. His latest book is Arsenal F.C.