About the Arsenal Opus
Most Arsenal supporters who check out the official website of the club on a regular basis will know all about the Arsenal Opus by now.
For those who haven’t already heard about the Opus it’s worth me giving a quick summary. Basically, the Arsenal Opus is the biggest book about the Arsenal Football Club ever made, featuring countless exclusive interviews and images.
It focuses on the Highbury years from 1913 to 2006 and the move to Emirates Stadium. Herbert Chapman’s team won a hat-trick of championship titles in the 1930s, part of a glorious period which set the benchmark for such great managers as Tom Whittaker, Bertie Mee, George Graham and, most spectacularly of all, Arsène Wenger.
Win your own Arsenal Opus
O2 are now giving Arsenal fans a chance to win a copy of the brilliant Arsenal Opus as well as heaps of other great Arsenal merchandise and tickets. The signed Opus is worth £3,000 and, as I mentioned above, will be signed by the Arsenal manager.
To be in with a chance to win, all you have to do is go to the O2 Arsenal Opus website and vote for your favourite Arsenal photo from the 11 shots that Arsène Wenger has shortlisted as best representing the Arsenal spirit. You can see a couple of examples of the photos in with a chance included in with this post.
The winning photo will be published in the winner’s own Arsenal Opus, signed by Arsène Wenger and presented at the home game on 15 March, 2008. And of course, anyone who votes for a photo will be in with a chance to win a copy of their own. It’s really that easy.
So get your votes in before the door shuts on 28 February, 2008 to be in with a chance. You’ll regret it if you don’t!
Some more facts about the Opus
- Over 2000 spectacular images, half of which have never been published before
- Each page measures half a metre square in size
- Weighs over 35 kilograms
- 850 pages
- Every edition personally signed by Arsène Wenger himself
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