Focus On; Alan Ball

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On 22 December 1971, Arsenal paid a record fee of £220,000 to take Ball to Highbury.[4] He was 26 years of age and at his peak for both form and fitness when he joined Arsenal; he made his debut against Nottingham Forest on 27 December 1971.

However, Arsenal could not defend their League title in 1971–72 and also lost their grasp on the FA Cup when Leeds United beat them 1–0 in the centenary final at Wembley.

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Erling Braut Haaland and Mino Raiola a perfect match and major sporting math as next move in football is on

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had set his eyes on a young and unproven Bryne player. He was just a teenager when arriving at Molde and no one really had made any notice as the young player was in real still a working article.

When he left Bryne at the age of 16 he had played a handfull of games in their first team and not scored a single goal, and his presence was not really as impressive as you would believe when signed by Molde.

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Focus On; Charlie George

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Frederick Charles George is an English former professional footballer who played as a forward.

Charlie George began his career as a youngster with Arsenal and was part of their 1970–71 League and FA Cup Double-winning team, scoring the winning goal in the FA Cup Final. In 1975, he left Arsenal to join up with Derby County.

After playing for US club Minnesota Kicks, in 1978 George joined Southampton, where he spent another three seasons.

Whilst there he had a brief spell on loan with Nottingham Forest with whom he won the 1979 European Super Cup. He then had short spells abroad before returning back to England playing for Derby


  • Full Name: Frederick Charlie George
  • Position: Forward
  • Date of Birth: 10.10.1950
  • Birthplace: Islington, London
  • Nation: England
  • Club Career: Arsenal
    • Period: 1968-1965
    • League Games, 133
    • League Goals, 31
  • Previous Club: –
    • Transfer Fee: –
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