From the publisher:
The English photographer, Stuart Roy Clarke takes us back to England of the 1990s, to the time when people still stood in football stadiums of the 'lad' culture and of blown silk tracksuits. To a time when Arsenal Football Club trained by drinking beer in a pub for ten hours from Sunday night to Sunday night.
"In Stuart Clarke's photos" writes Ronald Reng in the introductory essay "the dream remains alive, the unique milieu of En glish football lives on timelessly. We see the pictures, and we feel: This is England. The Homes of Football. Then, now and always."
Note from Stanchion:
Captions are in German but there are English translations at the back.