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Apologies if this has already been mentioned. Watched the Rocky and Wrighty documentary. An interesting insight into there footballing lives. Growing up on the same estate, there footballing journeys took different paths, but they would rejoin up again at Arsenal.
Watching them in action for Arsenal, Ian Wright's Debut for Arsenal in the League Cup, then away to Southampton in a League game, both games Arsenal were wearing the Legendary Bruised Banana kit. That kit was a thing of Beauty, in the early 1990's.
Cesc Fabregas earned 110 caps for Spain in an international career which saw him win the European Championships twice and the World Cup; Fabregas won 12 major trophies, including the Premier League and LaLiga, across his 20-year career in football after making his debut at 16 for Arsenal
He shouldn’t have left arsenal
Could have been a legendary player
I used to have this Video of Arsenal's 1991/92 season highlights. Watching the start of this, all the memories of this video came flooding back. I did have the videos from the 90/91, to about the 99/00 seasons.
I did enjoy this video, we were the defending League Champions. We were in European Cup football, we signed Ian Wright, Wrexham FA Cup Exit , but we finished the season on a high, as we scored a load of goals. Ian Wright gets the Golden Boot Award.
A new season is right around the corner so
Cal and Rick are back and in midseason podcasting form! This episode is the Arsenal Season Preview. Cal discusses Arsenal's preseason friendlies and identifies trends, some good, some not so good, to be on the look out for as the season commences. What can Arsenal fans expect from each position this season? Who starts? Who rotates in? And who is going to play multiple positions? All this is discussed is the positional review so you know what to expect once Nottingham Forest rolls into the Emirates. But that's just the start!
Cal and Rick look at the impact of Champions League football on Arsenal's season, the most important stretch of fixtures, the single biggest factor that will contribute to Arsenal have a good season or a bad season. Then it's prediction time!
Will Arsenal add another player? What are the negative and positive surprises to look out for? There is a bold for Arsenal's season, we discuss what the season looks like if everything goes right and everything goes wrong, and Cal predicts what actually will happen.