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Fever Pitch - Smoking, Arsenal v. Liverpool, 25.10.89; Seven Goals and a Punch-Up, Arsenal v. Norwich, 4.11.89; Saddam Hussein and Warren Barton, Arsenal v. Everton, 19.1.91; Typical Arsenal, Arsenal v. Manchester United, 6.5.91; Playing, Friends v. Other Friends, ever Summary & Analysis

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A late 1989 game against Liverpool is the first time Nick Hornby sits through a game without any nicotine in his bloodstream. He has tried to quit before but can't because of the looming pressures of difficult work, fights with his girlfriend, and Arsenal. (Seven Goals and a Punch-Up, Arsenal v. Norwich, 4.11.89) Nick thinks that for a match to be thrilling, it needs to have the following: goals; bad referee decisions because indignation is...

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