My Eyes Have Seen the Glory: Manchester City 2011-2012

Author(s): Andrew Waldon 

ISBN: 9781781550762
£9.09 £12.99
A match-by-match celebration of a fantastic season which has seen City gain the coveted league title for the first time in 44 years.

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National league glory last visited Manchester City in 1968, when the likes of Bell, Lee and Summerbee lifted the English Football League Championship trophy. Fast forward forty-four years. The 2011/12 Premiership season belongs to Manchester City. It has been a long wait, but premiership glory has finally come to rest at the Etihad Stadium.

My Eyes Have Seen the Glory is a match-by-match, blow-by-blow, superbly illustrated account of the most memorable season of English football in recent years. The world has looked on as Man City has grown in strength under the steady leadership of Roberto Mancini. The chairman expected, the fans expected; Mancini has delivered. It has been a season of magnificent highs – the 6-1 trouncing of Manchester United, named by Sir Alex Ferguson as ‘the worst result in my history’ – and depressing lows – the infamous Carlos Tévez saga – but there has always been drama, passion and world-class football.

Victory in the Premiership is to be cherished; My Eyes Have Seen the Glory is the book every Man City fan has been waiting to read. Read it, bask in the glory of long-awaited victory, and celebrate the birth of a new era in the Premiership – Manchester City’s era.

BOOK ISBN 9781781550762
FORMAT 235 x 165 mm
BINDING Paperback
PAGES 112 pages
ILLUSTRATIONS 160 colour photographs



Andrew Waldon is a veteran Manchester City supporter, who has seen his favourite club play at over 170 different grounds. He has been a regular supporter of the club for over 40 years and has seen many highs and lows during that time, but his support has never faltered.

For several seasons he had his own column in the official Manchester City match day programme, travelling the length and breadth of the country to provide match reports for the reserve pages. Those reports also appeared on the clubs official website.