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Fever Pitch - A New Family, Arsenal v. Wolves, 15.8.72; A Matter of Life and Death, Crystal Palace v. Liverpool, October 1972; Graduation Day, Arsenal v. Ipswich, 14.10.72; and The Whole Package, Arsenal v. Coventry, 4.11.72 Summary & Analysis

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Arsenal begins playing a new, more continental style of football. Nick Hornby finds this disconcerting, but it seems to work since Arsenal begins winning. Nick recently met his stepmother and two half-siblings, and is unsure of his family situation. His stepmother comes to a football game in England, and Nick feels as if his realities are joining. Arsenal wins that game by a large margin, and Nick feels as if the world has gone mad. However, Arsenal soon loses and returns to their old ways. (A Matter of Life and Death, Crystal Palace v. Liverpool, October 1972) Nick sees a dead body after a game when a man keels over in the street. Nick hopes he doesn't die in mid-season but...

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