Welcome to another episode of the Arsecast – the Arsenal podcast.

Here’s a special bonus episode of the Arsecast, in which I chat to Amy Lawrence about her brand new book ’89’. As you’ll be well aware, it’s about that famous night at Anfield, an oral history in which the players, the manager, staff and fans talk about what happened and what it all meant. We discuss the book itself, the achievement of winning the title against a team as good as Liverpool, how winning the title meant something of a new start for Arsenal but almost the end of a footballing era in the wake of Hillsborough and the state of the game in the 80s, and lots more. Enjoy.

Follow Amy on Twitter @amylawrence71 – and you can pick the book up from your local bookshop from tomorrow (October 3rd), on audio-book via Audible, or online via the usual outlets including Amazon.

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