Alan Martin Smith (born 21 November 1962) is an English former professional footballer and current sports television pundit and the club patron of Alvechurch F.C.. As a player he was a striker from 1981 until retiring from injury in 1995. He played for Leicester City before joining Arsenal where he played in the Premier League. He also won thirteen caps for England.
The fully revised and updated 2012 edition of The Arsenal Miscellany is essential reading for fans of the Gunners. Written by lifelong Arsenal devotee Adam Gold, this goldmine of information reveals all manner of facts, feats and stories from the proud history of one of English football's most famous clubs.
A rich source of quirky trivia, the book explains how Arsenal played its part in the birth of one of English football's most famous cliches, reveals the former player who has an anteater named after him at London Zoo, and tells the story of the lethal strikeforce that first hit it off together at a petrol station. In addition, it also explains why Arsenal can lay claim to being English football's 'team of the century', relives the Gunners' greatest triumphs over Spurs, and charts the changing face of the club's iconic crest through the ages.
I am U.A.C.C member 881 (Universal Autograph Collectors Club) and registered dealer 0095 with A.F.T.A.L (Autograph Fair Trade Association Ltd) and abide by their rules and ethics.
Alan Smith Signed Book 'The Arsenal Miscellany' (Arsenal)