From the publisher:
This book is a true reflection of the personal memories of a lifelong Arsenal fan who, despite being born in a predominately Chelsea-supporting enclave of London, started going to Highbury in 1957 as an 8-year-old schoolboy and had lived through all the triumphs and tragedies up until 2018.
These were experiences that many Old Gunners and Gooners, and all football fans, will either relate to or discover for the first time, depending on their age.
It's written with humour, honesty and insight and details how the North Bank got its name plus all the great mates, terrace characters, legendary players and funny stories that have been encountered along the way.
As an old mate of mine once said, "You can change your wife but not your football team".