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Arsenal Legend David Seaman On Wenger, Özil & Sánchez

 • by Tom Bodell
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David Seaman is one of the most recognisable goalkeepers in the history of English football. In a 23-year career he played almost 1,000 games with more than 500 in Arsenal colours.

Now 53, Seaman is best known for a glittering 13-year stint at Highbury in which he won three league titles, four FA Cups, the League Cup, UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup and UEFA Super Cup.

He also represented England on 75 occasions, playing at two World Cups and, infamously, conceding a outlandish Ronaldinho free-kick as the Three Lions lost 2-1 to Brazil in 2002.

Here he discusses Arsène Wenger’s new contract at the Emirates, the Gunners’ recent FA Cup win over Chelsea and the future of Mesut Özil and Bayern Munich transfer target Alexis Sánchez.

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