Alan Ball and his Arsenal years as record transfer fee and FA Cup final might have been the highligts of years at Highbury

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Arsenal had just won their famous double and it was clear that Bertie Mee believed Alan Ball would be the perfect addition as he approached Everton. Alan Ball moved to Highbury for £220.000, at that time no club had payed more for a player in English football.

His first season at Arsenal culuminated in a FA Cup final runners-up experience and ending 5th in the league as he could not copy the title he won with Everton two years before and the Arsenal win in the prior season.

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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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Charlie George and his life in football as we reflects on magic goal from 1971 FA Cup final and the years on

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Charlie George will for always be connected to that special goal from the 1971 FA Cup final as his career spinned for many years and on different continents.

He was a maverick Charlie George with his long hair as fashion in that era had it’s say. His time at Arsenal is well documented and there are of course some great highlights alongside that special goal.

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