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Fever Pitch - My Mum and Charlie George, Derby County v. Arsenal, 26.2.72; Social History, Arsenal v. Derby, 29.2.72; Me and Bob McNab, Stoke City v. Arsenal, (Villa Park), 5.4.72; and Wembley II - The Nightmare Continues, Leeds v. Arsenal, 5.5.72 Summary & Analysis

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Nick Hornby's mom is supportive of his interest in football, even buying him tickets. When he goes to games on Saturdays, his mom always asks how the game was, and Nick realizes he is playing the role of man of the house. When Nick arrives with other Arsenal fans at an away game, they are greeted by a cadre of police who escort them to the stadium. Nick enjoys being thought of as a hooligan as the fans sing loudly and frighten shoppers along the route to the stadium. When Arsenal plays Derby, Arsenal player Charlie George runs over to the Derby fans and makes obscene gestures. George got booed off the field and fined...

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