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Fever Pitch Chapter Summary & Analysis - How I Won the Double, Arsenal v. Newcastle, 17.4.71; Another City, Chelsea v. Tottenham, January 1972; Islington Boy, Reading v. Arsenal, 5.2.72; and Happy, Arsenal v. Derby, 12.2.72 Summary

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How I Won the Double, Arsenal v. Newcastle, 17.4.71; Another City, Chelsea v. Tottenham, January 1972; Islington Boy, Reading v. Arsenal, 5.2.72; and Happy, Arsenal v. Derby, 12.2.72 Summary and Analysis

(How I Won the Double, Arsenal v. Newcastle, 17.4.71) Arsenal finally wins a cup game after seventeen years, the League Championship game and the FA Cup. Nick feels disconnected to these victories since he wasn't there. He does feel he has a hand in the game against Newcastle in 1971 since he attended that game, and Arsenal would not have done as well if he had been absent. (Another City, Chelsea v. Tottenham, January 1972) Nick feels his father should be supporting Chelsea, a more flamboyant team. (Islington Boy, Reading v. Arsenal, 5.2.72) Nick is dissatisfied with his life in the London suburbs...

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