So Paddy Got Up

So Paddy Got Up

By Andrew Mangan, Amy Lawrence, Philippe Auclair, Paolo Bandini, Michael Cox, Nigel Brown, James McNicholas, Leanne Hurley, Tom Clark, Tim Clark, Jim Haryott, Stuart Stratford, Sian Ranscombe, Andrew Allen, Jake Morris, Julian Harris, Kieron O'Connor, Tim Stillman, Tim Bostelle, Tim Payton, Chris Harris, Nick Ames, Tim Barkwill, John Cross, Jonathan Swan & David Faber

  • Release Date : 2011-12-08
  • Genre : Football
  • FIle Size : 0.73 MB
Score: 4.5
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So Paddy Got Up So Paddy Got Up is a unique collection of writing about Arsenal Football Club. Edited by Andrew Mangan, founder of Arseblog, it features bloggers, writers and journalists reminiscing, eulogising, analysing and waxing lyrical about everything from the club’s humble origins to where it finds itself now, from great players to great managers, from tactics to fans to stadia to kits, amongst many other things.

It’s by far the greatest Arsenal anthology the world has ever seen.


  • So paddy got up!

    By Fidgitaldesign
    Utterly brilliant read for any self respecting person fond of The Arsenal!
  • Cracking

    By johnfin
  • So Paddy Got Up...

    By Rodders1971
    Fine reading for gooners of all ages & well worth the money! by Rodders1971
  • Perfect!

    By tecl
    I've never read a sports book so engulfing or inspiring! I've only been a fan since 93 but this book connects me with The arsenals history and class like no other. A must for any gooner
  • 5star

    By @Jack_preece
    Filled with arsenal knowledge,awsome buy for the iphone,easy to get into the book and end missing your tube stop though haha
  • Just downloaded

    By CPROBB1
    Haven't even read it yet but I know it's worth 5 stars
  • Brilliant Collection

    By @thegreengooner
    A brilliant collection of memories, inside information as well as an exposé of the thoughts and feelings about Arsenal from a multifaceted perspective. Perhaps the first time bloggers are placed on the same par as journalists. Well done!