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#mustread #PremierLeagueStories on Dec 2 1992 – Graham George Reaping Benefits of Challenging His Players Publicly

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Arsenal winger Mark Flatts was set to start a premier league match for the first time with manager Graham George keen to see the reaction of Anders Limpar. Graham’s criticism of Ian Wright after two bad games against Leeds and Manchester United stung the England striker into stunning action in the previous night’s coca-cola cup game where he grabbed an early goal that sparked Arsenal’s 2-1 victory over Derby County at Highbury. Graham was hoping that a similar reaction from his other strikers would put their title challenge back on track.

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