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What makes Bertie Mee so interesting is that he had huge success but with a team that was actually assembled by his predecessor, Billy Wright. In the articles that follow we record when the player arrived and how many games he played for each manager.
Bertie Mee – the life and times: The trophies, ballroom dancing, left hook and OBE
Swindin, Wright, Mee: Out of the Darkness and Into the Light
History Special: The flavour of football in 1973 – fights bookings and the end of civilisation
He made it for Mee but was signed by Wright: – Bob Wilson
Bob McNab – one of the first Mee signings and a key player
Peter Storey – the man to whom I would most like to say thank you.
Frank McLintock, brought in after great success at Leicester
George Armstrong – signed by Swindin, a lifelong servant of Arsenal
Liam Brady (this collection of articles covers both the Mee and Neil years)
The achievements and the incidentals
The First Double: a series of five quizzes to test your knowledge on 1971