With Arsenal, Graham was a runner up in both the 1. League Cup finals, before finally winning a medal with the 1. Inter Cities Fairs Cup. He followed it up with being an integral part of Arsenals Double winning side of 1. Arsenals equaliser in the FA Cup. Final against Liverpool, although Eddie Kelly is officially credited with the goal. Winning the Double brought the attention of Scotland and Graham was selected for the national side for the first time against Portugal on 1. CtE2Zc.png' alt='Crack For Football Manager 2006 Download' title='Crack For Football Manager 2006 Download' />The Spotswood Football Club is pleased to announce our Canteen Manager Vicki Xydias for the 2018 season and beyond. Vicki comes with enormous experience into this. Researchers at Boston University studying deceased football players brains released new findings earlier this week on the potential connection between the athletes. October 1. 97. 1. He would go on to win twelve caps over the next two years for Scotland, scoring three goals, his final one coming against Brazil on 3. June 1. 97. 3. By then, however, Graham was no longer an Arsenal player. The arrival of Alan Ball midway through 1. Arsenal side less assured. In total, he played 3. Arsenal, scoring 7. Manchester UnitededitHe moved for 1. Manchester United in December 1. He spent two years at United, and was relegated to Division Two. Portsmouth, Crystal Palace and California SurfeditHe saw out his career in England at Portsmouth and Crystal Palace. He played the summer of 1. America for the California Surf. Managerial careereditMillwalleditAfter retiring from playing, he became a coach at Crystal Palace and then later Queens Park Rangers. On 6 December 1. 98. Graham was appointed manager of Millwall, who were then bottom of the old Third Division. Graham turned the side around in a short period of timethey avoided relegation that season and in 1. Second Division. After he left the club in 1. Second Division and win promotion to the First in 1. ArsenaleditGrahams achievements at Millwall attracted attention from First Division clubs, and with the resignation of Don Howe as Arsenal manager in March 1. Arsenal directors first offered the job to FC Barcelona coach Terry Venables, but he rejected their offer and Arsenal switched their attention to Alex Ferguson, the Aberdeen manager, as their new manager with Graham as his assistant. However, Ferguson then in temporary charge of the Scotland national football team following the death of Jock Stein the previous September, and still in charge of Aberdeen had decided to wait until after the World Cup that summer before deciding on his future, and so the Arsenal directors appointed Graham as their new manager on 1. May 1. 98. 6. 5A month after arriving at Arsenal, Graham was linked with the job as manager of the Scotland national team, with the possibility of combining it with the Arsenal managers job, but the job went to Andy Roxburgh instead. Arsenal had not won a trophy since the FA Cup in 1. League, having not finished in the top five during any of the previous four seasons, during which the major honours were picked up by an all conquering Liverpool as well as the likes of Manchester United and Everton. Graham quickly discarded the likes of Tony Woodcock and. Tommy Caton, and replaced them with new signings and youth team products. He also imposed much stricter discipline than his predecessors, both in the dressing room and on the pitch. Arsenals form immediately improved, so much so that the club were top of the League at Christmas 1. The key players in Arsenals upturn were young defender Tony Adams and high scoring winger Martin Hayes. Arsenal finished fourth in Grahams first season in charge, and they went on to win the 1. League Cup, beating Liverpool 2 1. While Arsenal lost the League Cup final the following year a shock 32 defeat to Luton Town, they remained consistent in the league. Grahams side featured tight defensive discipline, embodied by his young captain Tony Adams, who along with Lee Dixon, Steve Bould and Nigel Winterburn, formed the basis of the clubs defence for over a decade. However, contrary to popular belief, during this time Grahams Arsenal were not a purely defensive side Graham also built up an impressive midfield containing David Rocastle, Michael Thomas and Paul Merson, and striker Alan Smith, whose prolific goalscoring regularly brought him more than 2. At the end of Grahams third season 1. League title since 1. Graham had been an Arsenal player, in highly dramatic fashion, in the final game of the season against Liverpool at Anfield Arsenal needed to win by two goals to take the title Alan Smith scored for Arsenal early in the second half to make it 10, but as time ticked by Arsenal struggled to get a second, and with 9. Arsenal still needed another goal. With only seconds to go, a Smith flick on found Michael Thomas surging through the Liverpool defence the young midfielder calmly lifted the ball over Bruce Grobbelaar and into the net, and Arsenal were League Champions. However, there was no crack at the European Cup just yet for Grahams team, as the ban on English clubs in European competitions which was imposed by UEFA in 1. Heysel disaster continued for another season. After finishing fourth in 1. Graham signed goalkeeper David Seaman and Swedish winger Anders Limpar in the close season both players proved vital as Arsenal won a second title in 1. FA Cup semi finals, losing to arch rivals Tottenham Hotspur. They lost just one league game all season their 2. Chelsea at the end of January.