Gate 17 takes its name from the Gate 17 turnstile entrance at Stamford Bridge, the home of Chelsea Football Club. The business, established in 2004, has thus far published works by Mark Worrall, Kelvin Barker, David Johnstone and Walter Otton. Gate 17 titles include 'Over Land and Sea', 'One Man Went to Mow', 'Chelsea here Chelsea there', 'The Red Hand Gang' and 'Celery! representing Chelsea in the 1980s'
Making History, Not Reliving It recounts the first decade of Roman's rule in London mirrored against a backdrop of an ever-changing, social-media-driven, angst and envy-ridden world where the revolving door of change seems to spin as fast as that of the manager's at Stamford Bridge. Season-by-season detail is entertainingly supplemented with news and entertainment bulletins.