Invincible: Inside Arsenal's Unbeaten 2003-2004 Season

Invincible: Inside Arsenal's Unbeaten 2003-2004 Season

In 2003-04, Arsenal overcame every conceivable challenge to complete a 38-game league without a single loss. It was a feat unequalled in modern football. But for Arsene Wenger's 'Invincibles', a team including legends Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira and Dennis Bergkamp, it was a challenge that went far beyond sport. Based on exclusive players interviews, this definitive book relives the pivotal games and moments, and allows the Invincibles to tell their own story. It takes readers inside the locker room, to reveal the teamwork, the psychology and the struggle behind one of the greatest teams in history.

Title:Invincible: Inside Arsenal's Unbeaten 2003-2004 Season
Edition Language:English
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    Invincible: Inside Arsenal's Unbeaten 2003-2004 Season Reviews

  • Toby

    I'm biased because I'm predisposed towards the subject matter but I can't help but feel that Amy Lawrence has crafted a wonderfully engrossing account of a legendary, record breaking year in English f...

  • John Anthony

    This must have been a real labour of love for Amy Lawrence, journalist and like me a fan of the mighty Arsenal. I found it a joy to read - brilliantly written and compelling reading. Everyone behind t...

  • Kartik

    Thoroughly insightful and goes much beyond what happened on the 49 glorious match days. Full of anecdotes, interviews and news excerpts bringing out the emotional highs and lows the players and the ma...

  • Chee Shen

    A must read for Arsenal fan to know in depth the insight of Invincible season. Reading this book is like walking through the incredible season as a part of the team. You not only get to know them on t...

  • Anthony Rodriguez

    Tremendous insight into a spectacular team that cannot be replicated. Their hunger for nothing but the best from each other is incredible. The only down side of this book is that it makes current iter...

  • Shatterlings

    This was my guilty pleasure read for the Read Harder challenge. I loved this, it's about my favourite team and some of my favourite players. Reading it I think Amy Lawrence feels the same. ...

  • Eric Lynch

    Amy does a wonderful job capturing not only day-to-day interactions between players, Wenger, staff, and fans but the emotional (and sometimes ethereal) connection that the 2003-2004 Invincible season ...

  • Finn Mannerings

    Unbeatable insight into the ultimate team mentality. A genuine pleasure to read. ...

  • James

    Despite being a Villa fan, I have read a lot about Arsenal and their recent greats, so do have a little emotional pull to the club. This was not just a book about The Invincibles, but an impressive co...

  • Darrell Woods

    Already over ten years ago... Crumbs! This is an easy to read sprint through the Invincibles season where Amy Lawrence has managed to get first hand input from most of those involved. It does have a w...