This is a diary of a Giants fan's memories of watching over some 400 games. The book begins with the formation of the team. It serves not only as a recollection of memories to all fans of the New York Giants, but also acts, by its accuracy and thoroughness, as a historical document. It precisely describes those memorable games in franchise history that followers of the Big Blue will vividly recall. Author and Norwalk, Connecticut resident Richard L Chilton takes you on a game-by-game analysis beginning September 17, 1920, with the formation of what would two years later be known as the National Football League. This diary could only have been written by Richard, whose family has had season tickets for over 70 years. In this detailed tome, you will get a firsthand account of all games played by the New York Giants. This firsthand account gives great insight to landmark decisions of the past, which can oly be appreciated by true football fans.For the twentieth time since the team was founded, the Giants move to a new training siteathe thirteenth location since their ... and lose again, and we go on to pull off the negative hat trick by getting whipped 31a10 by the Redskins in Giants Stadium. The Jets and Vikings fall to us before we, in turn, fall to the Eagles and Washington. ... seem to offer much support, and we just cana#39;t convert on third down.
|Title||:||Diary of a Giants Fan|
|Author||:||Richard L. Chilton|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2007-09-15|