Behind enemy lines
LONDON -- It had been six years since I had ventured boldly behind enemy lines and lived to tell about it.
This was in May 2004, when Arsenal had just won the league at White Hart Lane, drawing 1-1 with Spurs to clinch the last trophy the Gunners have lifted that hasn't been a figment of Arsene Wenger's imagination.
Capturing the title at the home of Arsenal's bitter rival caused the river of hatred to overflow onto Tottenham's High Road, and only a cavalry ...
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