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Fever Pitch Chapter Summary & Analysis - My Ankle, Arsenal v. Wimbledon, 19.8.87; The Match, Coventry v. Arsenal, 13.12.87; No Apology Necessary, Arsenal v. Everton, 24.2.88; Welcome to England, England v. Holland, March 1988; and Gus Caesar, Arsenal v. Luton (at Wembley), 24.4.88 Summary

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My Ankle, Arsenal v. Wimbledon, 19.8.87; The Match, Coventry v. Arsenal, 13.12.87; No Apology Necessary, Arsenal v. Everton, 24.2.88; Welcome to England, England v. Holland, March 1988; and Gus Caesar, Arsenal v. Luton (at Wembley), 24.4.88 Summary and Analysis

Nick Hornby hurts his ankle and realizes he needs to be at an Arsenal game in a few hours. He ends up going, leaning on friends and standing in the rain so he has something to lean on during the game. (The Match, Coventry v. Arsenal, 13.12.87) Nick and Pete go to a Arsenal game, even though it's live on television. Nick still goes to home games but watches away games on television. (No Apology Necessary, Arsenal v. Everton, 24.2.88) Nick is apologetic for his love of...

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