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Fever Pitch - Boring, Boring Arsenal, Arsenal v. Newcastle, 27.12.69; Pele, Brazil v. Chechoslovakia, June 1970; Thumped, Arsenal v. Derby, 31.10.70; and Can You See Me on the Box? Southampton v. Arsenal, 10.4.71 Summary & Analysis

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Nick Hornby begins to feel guilty because his father doesn't really like Arsenal and would prefer to take Nick to see another team. However, loyalty to a team cannot be switched, and even though Arsenal is boring, Nick can't support a different team. (Pele, Brazil v. Chechoslovakia, June 1970) Brazilian player Pele is regarded as the greatest player in the world, although Nick and the other English fans don't know much about him. (Thumped, Arsenal v. Derby, 31.10.70) Nick's dad moves out of the country and Nick begins going to games with a boy, Rat, the older...

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