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Blast No. 16 – Arsenal Players with the most club appearances. No. 2

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On May 2nd the four players with the most club appearances for Arsenal were profiled, between them they played in an incredible 2.631 games.

David O'Leary 1973-1993 made 722 appearances.

Tony Adams 1983-2002 made 669 appearances.

George Armstrong 1961-1977 made 621 appearances.

Blast No. 16 – Arsenal Players with the most club appearances. No. 2

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On May 2nd the four players with the most club appearances for Arsenal were profiled, between them they played in an incredible 2.631 games.

David O'Leary 1973-1993 made 722 appearances.

Tony Adams 1983-2002 made 669 appearances.

George Armstrong 1961-1977 made 621 appearances.

VIDEO: Charity Shield 1993 – United vs Arsenal

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United: Peter Schmeichel, Paul Parker, Gary Pallister, Steve Bruce (c), Denis Irwin, Andrei Kanchelskis, Paul Ince, Roy Keane, Ryan Giggs, Mark Hughes and Eric Cantona.
United substitutes: Les Sealey, Lee Sharpe, Bryan Robson, Darren Ferguson and Brian McClair.

Arsenal: David Seaman, Lee Dixon, Andy Linighan, Tony Adams, Nigel Winterburn, John Jensen, Paul Davis, Paul Merson, Anders Limpar, Ian Wright and Kevin Campbell.

Legends back Arsenal targets

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With Arsenal's pursuits of Gonzalo Higuain and Marouane Fellaini widely discussed, club legends Lee Dixon and David Seaman have moved to publicly praise the pair of players.

Higuain is currently contracted to Real Madrid, and although no deal has been reached and not even a transfer fee has been agreed Arsenal have been widely named as the frontrunners in the race for the Argentine's signature this summer.

Back to school – how to pick a team

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It's the off season in the Premier League, which means that every team is being linked with players on every continent. Some of the rumours have merit, others are tactics employed by teams, managers and agents alike.

One thing's for certain, Arsenal have some money to spend, and chances are they are finally going to.

Goalkeepers – Day 3

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9. Pat Jennings 1977 – 1985

Pat was our keeper for 8 years and played 327 games.

Pat was born in in Newry, County Down, after playing for Shamrock Rovers under-18 side at the age of 11, he concentrated on Gaelic football until the age of sixteen, when he made his soccer comeback with his hometown side Newry Town.

Goalkeepers – Day 3

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9. Pat Jennings 1977 – 1985

Pat was our keeper for 8 years and played 327 games.

Pat was born in in Newry, County Down, after playing for Shamrock Rovers under-18 side at the age of 11, he concentrated on Gaelic football until the age of sixteen, when he made his soccer comeback with his hometown side Newry Town.

Backpage Roundup: Seaman Doubts Szczesny’s Ability, Corchia Dreaming Of Big Club, N’Koulou Open to Summer Switch, Gibbs among Top LBs and More

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Seaman Doubts Szczesny's Ability to Win Starting Role Back

Arsenal legend David Seaman isn't sure whether goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has what it takes to win back his position in coach Arsene Wenger's starting line-up.

Robert Moore’s Best Arsenal Starting XI Of All-Time

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From Highbury to the Emirates, Arsenal's rich tradition hasingrained itselfin both Gunners supporters' minds as well at the entire football world. What fan of the Premier League could forget "The Invincibles" side of 2003-04 season or Thierry Henry's flick to himself followed by a wonder strike against Manchester United in 2000?

Arsenal Champions League Highlights

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The 16th of September, 1999 marked a landmark occasion for Arsenal FC as they kicked their first ball in Europe's elite club competition, drawing 1-1 against French club RC Lens, with Marc Overmars writing himself into the history books, scoring the Gunners first ever goal.

For 15 of the next 16 seasons the north London club would grace the Champions League and are now preparing for their 14th consecutive continental campaign.

Arsenal Champions League Highlights

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The 16th of September, 1999 marked a landmark occasion for Arsenal FC as they kicked their first ball in Europe's elite club competition, drawing 1-1 against French club RC Lens, with Marc Overmars writing himself into the history books, scoring the Gunners first ever goal.

For 15 of the next 16 seasons the north London club would grace the Champions League and are now preparing for their 14th consecutive continental campaign.

Interview With Arsenal Legendary Goalkeeper David Seaman [VIDEO]

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Arsenal and England legendary goalkeeper David Seaman recently answered several questions from EPL Talk, including some of his most memorable goalkeeping jerseys he wore, what positions he played other than goalkeeper, how the way he watches games...

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Reasons to be cheerful about Roy Hodgson’s England team

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Ducky's Note: On of our readers' thoughts on how England fared at the Euros. It all seems so long ago now...

Looking back on England's performance at Euro 2012, there were plenty of reasons to be cheerful. Prior to the tournament, England had not been considered by the pundits or the bookmakers as serious contenders for the trophy, given the number of injuries sustained by key players, the suspension of star striker Wayne Rooney, and the fact that Roy Hodgson had only a few weeks in the job to prepare the players.

Nick Powell at Manchester United: Expect nothing and everything

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The universe demands that every young player serious about a successful career with the big boys have their moment first; the one tabloid writers can reference as the time they burst onto the scene, almost in ignorance to the wider picture, forgetting that they are where they are not solely because of this moment, but because of the hard work that preceded it.

Ray Parlour, Martin Keown and Graeme Le Saux sign for non-league Wembley FC

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It's certainly not everyday that a 3000 capacity ground welcomes three FA Cup winners and six internationals to the wage bill, but that's what happened yesterday. Non-league Wembley FC – who play in the Combined Counties Football League – were the lucky recipients of a mid-1990s nostalgia trip yesterday with former Arsenal trio Ray Parlour, [.

Ray Parlour, Martin Keown will play in the FA Cup this coming season

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By Tony Attwood

Ray Parlour and Martin Keown will play in the FA Cup this season, with David Seaman as the side's goal keeping coach.

Budweiser has signed our old chums to play/coach for Wembley FC, the non-league side it sponsors, in the FA Cup, which it sponsors. Also.

Bud give the Racist-by-Association (see [.

Soccer Aid 2012 Serge Pizzorno’s Wonder Goal

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KASABIAN'S Serge Pizzorno stunned ex Arsenal legend David Seaman with a sensational goal at Soccer Aid.

Lee Dixon

Is this Arsenal’s best-ever Premier League 11? Part 1

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All's relatively quiet on the Arsenal front while the daily rumours have proved to be fruitless so far. So instead of looking into the future let's look back at the Gunners past, specifically in the Premier League era. I noticed an article by Callum Wiggins which listed his best ever Arsenal 11 during the Premier League years.

Spot The Baller: David Seaman, Lee Dixon, Alan Smith & Billy Joel Wear ‘Hotel Casual Chic’

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The 2001 FA Cup Final: Liverpool v. Arsenal

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The first FA Cup final held outside England saw two of the competition's most successful clubs square off at the Millenium Stadium in Cardiff, as Liverpool and Arsenal, both near the top of all-time FA Cup winners, met in Wales in 2001. After the League Cup victory over Birmingham in February, and with a UEFA Cup Final date set just four days later, it was a chance for Liverpool to achieve something remarkable.

English Premier League

The Lonely Position - Watch and Learn

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I think back to me as a 9 or 10 year old growing up in Sunny Braintree!


  1. Did i have a goalkeeper coach..... Nope....
  2. Did i have Sky Sports (Cable TV)... Nope...
  3. Did i have season tickets to a Premier League Club...Nope
  4. "You tube" and the internet where most certainly not on the scene yet!

Crazy Mad Footballers

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With this seasons antics of footballers such as Carlos Tevez and Mario Balotelli causing a big stir amongst fans and the media, I've decided to look back over the history of the Premier League to find some other hot-headed footballers with the aim of making a team (or army) of 11.

The players I've chosen are either highly aggressive, highly unpredictable or just a bit mental.

Graeme Le Saux

Former Premier League Legends sign for FC Wembley!

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Wembley FC play in the English Combined Counties League which is eight divisions below the top-flight have not only gone Stateside thanks to the help of sponsors Budweiser but they have also signed several former Premier League stars in a bid for FA Cup glory or at least qualify for the first round proper at least.

Wembley FC begin their FA Cup journey

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You will have heard of the name, but many people may not realise that non-league club Wembley FC are actually backed by lager giants Budweiser. The American company has donated large funds and signed former players such as David Seaman, Graeme Le Saux, Martin Keown, Ray Parlour and Claudio Caniggia. The promotion is linked to [.

OTP Euro 2012 Podcast – June 26th: Pen-oh-no Shootout

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June 26th Pen-Oh-No Shootout by Off The Post on Mixcloud So, as Andrea Pirlo, his magnificent mane of hair and an assortment of tight-shirted compatriots saunter into the semi-finals of Euro 2012, it's time for the OTP Podcast to get the scalpels out and start dissecting another England failure at a major tournament.

Caniggia vuelve al fútbol.

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22.06.2012 - No es la primera tentativa después de otros amagues. La noticia de que Claudio Paul Caniggia vuelve al fútbol despierta no sólo curiosidad. El Pájaro, considerado en el top five de nuestro fútbol junto a Maradona, Messi y Redondo, que hizo honor al puesto de René Houseman y remite a los mejores momentos del fútbol argentino, cumplió 45 años en enero (2012) y no dudó en volver a ponerse los cortos.

McBride Joins Wembley FC for FA Cup Run

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Brian McBride will be returning to competitive soccer as a member of Wembley FC. The club plays in England's non-league pyramid, but has signed David Seaman, Ray Parlour, Martin Keown, Graeme Le Saux, and Claudio Caniggia along with McBride for this season's FA Cup. The club is sponsored by Budweiser and the FA Cup campaign will be the subject of a documentary series called Dream.

England Win Again In Surreal Celeb Soccer Aid Malarkay At Old Trafford (Photos & Highlights)

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By Alan Duffy

Celebrities from A-List to Z-List were crammed into the hallowed stands of Old Trafford like superstar sardines on Sunday night as the well-meaning yet quite bizarre Soccer Aid came to town.

England, captained by Robbie Williams' full-time professional mate, Jonathan Wilkes, could call upon the likes of Teddy Sheringham, Graeme Le Saux, Paddy McGuinness and a few chaps from JLS.

Euro 2012

2012 Euro: England vs Italy Preview

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England looks to knock off Italy. (Getty Images)

By Geoff Reid

Put pure and simply, this will be a battle. Don't expect anything like pretty soccer pass and move. Who wants this more is the more likely to win today's match. Going into the tournament, both teams didn't have the same expectations as they would usually do.

BBC v ITV: who is winning the Euro 2012 battle?

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This article titled "BBC v ITV: who is winning the Euro 2012 battle?" was written by Martin Kelner, for guardian.co.uk on Thursday 14th June 2012 11.36 UTC

Shiny new football-themed commercials are part of the joy of big tournaments in my view – the superannuated ex-stars carrying away wheelbarrow loads of money probably feel the same.

David Seaman on England at Euro 2012

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Hart Key to Euro Hopes

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Roy Hodgson admits goalkeeper, Joe Hart, is crucial to England's hopes at Euro 2012, and believes he can help build confidence in the camp.
Hart played a pivotal role in Manchester City's title triumph, last term, and has been an England regular over the past couple of years.
He will be between the posts in England's opener against France, in Donetsk, on Monday, and will need to be at his best to repel a potent frontline.

Teddy Sheringham

Gordon Ramsay taken off on stretcher after getting flattened in Soccer Aid match

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The biennial Soccer Aid match benefiting UNICEF was once again held at Old Trafford on Sunday pitted, pitting England against the Rest of the World. As usual, both teams were comprised of a mix of celebrities and football legends, but this year one of those celebrities probably regretted stepping on the pitch with one of those legends.

Retrospective #21: Roy Keane ravages ‘Old Lady’ Juventus

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If you ever find yourself incarcerated in an El-Salvadorian prison and forced to watch ITV's football coverage, you will see a man in the studio. A man who seethes with contempt at the inane banality around him, a man whose icy stare at the artificially folksy repartee of Adrian Chiles could freeze magma.

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Former Arsenal Man Backs Hodgson's Decision to Stick with Manchester City' Joe Hart

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The loss to Chelsea late on October 27 at Stamford Bridge was the last time England's national team goalkeeper Joe Hart defended his club side Manchester City. Ever since that defeat City's manager Manuel Pellegrini has opted for Romanian international Costel Pantilimon.

Although not everyone is thinking twice whether Hart should continue as the number one both at City and at the Three Lions.

Some stuff about the keepers

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Morning all.

May is drawing to a close and it's as quiet as you would expect. There is an interesting piece over on Arsenal Times this morning about the goalkeeping situation and bits and pieces surrounding Szczesny's dropping, Fabianski's return and some behind the scenes stuff involving the coaching.

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McBride to play for ninth-tier side in FA Cup

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For those hoping to see Brian McBride return to the playing field, your wishes have come true.

McBride will be suiting up for ninth-tier English side Wembley FC during its quest to make a run at the FA Cup. The team, which is pairing a number of aging, retired, former standouts with its host of amateurs, is being funded by Budweiser, a lead sponsor of the FA Cup, and is also the subject of a television documentary that will detail its efforts to pull off a shock cup run.

England’s Greatest Moments

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The likes of Sir Bobby Charlton, Paul Gascoigne, Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer, Stuart Pearce, David Seaman and Emile Heskey discuss their best moments in the Three Lions.

Kasabian Lead Guitarist Scores Wonder Goal Past Former England Number One

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Lead guitarist and Kasabian song writer Serge Pizzorno scores a wonder goal past former England number one David Seaman during Robbie Williams charity event Soccer Aid.