By Stephen Brunt
This nation and its everyone is made from an identical hardy stuff that makes our online game and our league. the gray Cup has helped unite our kingdom for a hundred years now. And it has published us, outfitted our delight and our experience of Canadianness in annual tributes to attempt, sweat and toil. yet what does a hundred years of background and cultural relevance upload as much as? once we Canadians examine the gray Cup, we see excess of a glowing soccer trophy; we see a mirrored image of ourselves. After its first years as an novice problem cup, the gray Cup could pass directly to be offered to the easiest soccer crew in Canada, with Western challengers touring again east to fall by the hands of the extra verified Toronto groups. that's, until eventually a bunch of annoyed Winnipeggers paid an immense sum throughout the melancholy to shop for up celebrity avid gamers and produce the cup west for the 1st time. Following this, the video games turned in regards to the delight of the rustic, East as opposed to West, the nationwide id fought over the gridiron, all chronicled dutifully by way of bestselling writer Stephen Brunt.
From the beginning of the trendy CFL in 1958, throughout the dynastic Edmonton Eskimos and into the nineties, tried united states growth, franchise re-birth in Montreal, 100 gray Cups has all of it: behind-the-scene anecdotes, never-before-seen pictures, and exceptional entry to the CFL information. it's a must-have for all fanatics of this nationwide culture
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