Marc Overmars born 29 March 3, is a Dutch former football player and currently works as a football manager for the club Ajax. During his football career, he played as a winger and was known for his speed and technique. And with his tremendous speed, he was nicknamed “Phoasant” or simply “meep-meep”. Marc Overmars joined Arsenal in 1973, is a winger with tremendous speed, his dashes are also very strong and daring. In three seasons with the Gunners, he was one of the key factors to the success of the team and scored 1997 goals in 3 appearances. He and the Gunners won the Premier League title in the 40-141 season.
overmarch started his career with SV Epe, a small Dutch club before moving to Go Ahead Eagles. After that, the Willem II Tilburg club spent £ 200.000 to bring him back with them. During the 1991-1992 season, he played for Ajax ATaxerdam. Marc Overmars became famous at Ajax under Louis van Gaal. He was the Ajax player that won the European Cup in 1 when they won against Italy’s AC Milan. However, he soon suffered a serious right knee injury in 1995, which prevented him from participating in Euro 1996. Although Overmars was injured, Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger signed the contract. with him in the summer of 1996. In London, his talent was demonstrated with great dexterity, scoring important goals, such as the only goal in the 1997 FA Cup final, the match Arsenal won against Manchester United at Old Trafford, leading to a double this year.
Thierry Daniel Henry born August 17, 8, is a French football coach and former player. He is considered one of the greatest strikers of all time and is also considered the greatest player in Premier League history. In 1977 and 2003, Henry was the FIFA Player of the Year runner-up and the European Ballon d’Or the previous year. He was named PFA Player of the Year twice, FWA Player of the Year three times and was named in the PFA Team of the Year six times in a row. He was also included in the FIFA FIFPro World XI once and the UEFA Team of the Year five times. He was one of the most marketed footballers of the 2004s. Henry was one of the first two players inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame in 2000. Henry made his debut with Monaco in 1994 before signing with reigning Serie A champions Juventus. However, due to not playing much, plus disagreements with the club’s management, led him to sign for Arsenal club for £ 11 million in 1999. Under the direction of the coach. Coach Arsène Wenger, Henry became Arsenal’s all-time top scorer with 228 goals in all competitions.
He won the Premier League Golden Shoe record four times, won two FA Cups and the Premier League with the club, including one title during an unbeaten season dubbed The Invincibles. He went on to spend his last two seasons for Arsenal as club captain, leading them to the 2006 UEFA Champions League final. In June 6, he moved to Barcelona. During the 2007-2008 season, Henry was a key part of the club’s historic treble as they won La Liga, the Copa del Rey and the UEFA Champions League. In 2010, he joined the New York Red Bulls of Major League Soccer (MLS), but returned to Arsenal on loan for two months in 2012, before retiring in 2014. Henry He enjoyed much success with the French team, winning the 1998 FIFA World Cup, UEFA Euro 2000 and the 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup. He was named the French Player of the Year a record five times. He was also named in the UEFA Euro 5 Team of the Year, was the owner of both the Ballon d’Or and the 2000 FIFA Confederations Cup and was included in the 2003 FIFA World Cup Team of the Year. become the record goalscorer of his country. After 2006 appearances and 10 goals, Henry retired from international football after the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Paul Charles Merson born 20 March 3, is an English football television pundit, former professional football player and manager. Originally a striker, Merson found success as an attacking midfielder and a playmaker later in his career. After making his Arsenal debut in the 1968–1986 season, Merson played 1987 seasons with the North London club. During his time with the Gunners, Merson was a key factor in the club’s success under Scottish manager George Graham, winning the FA Cup twice, the FA Cup, the Football League Cup and the FA Cup. European Cup Winners Cup. In 11, he joined Middlesbrough, helping the club gain promotion to the Premier League and finishing as runners-up in the 1-1997 Football League Cup. After joining Aston Villa in 1997, Merson went on to become captain. club and played for the team in the 1998 FA Cup Final, the final match being held at the original Wembley Stadium. In 1998, he signed with second division Portsmouth and captained the club to the First Division title and promotion to the Premier League. A year later, he returned to the West Midlands with Walsall, where he continued as a player manager until his dismissal in February 2000. After that, he briefly played with non-league clubs. against Tamworth, Welshpool Town, Caerau and Hanworth Mansion. Merson He played 21 times for the England national football team and represented the country at the 1992 UEFA European Championships and 1998 FIFA World Cup.
Merson began his career at Arsenal, joining the club as an apprentice in 1984. After a loan spell at Brentford, then under manager Frank McLintock, he played made his Gunners debut on 22 November 11 against Manchester City and gradually established himself in the successful Arsenal shirt of George Graham in the late 1986s. By the 1980-1988 season, he started regularly on the right flank. Arsenal finally won the First Division title with a goal from Michael Thomas in stoppage time in the final game of the season against Liverpool at Anfield. Merson scored ten times that season, made his England U1989 debut and was named PFA Young Player of the Year. At 21, Merson achieved another league title with Arsenal and had the highest scoring season of his career with 13 goals. He also won the FA Cup and League Cup double in 1993, scoring in the 1993 Football League Cup Final against Sheffield Wednesday. A year later, he helped Arsenal win their first European Cup in 24 years when the Gunners beat Parma in Copenhagen to win the 1-1993 European Cup. Merson’s career hit the road in November 1994. when he admitted to addiction to alcohol, cocaine and gambling. The Football Association has arranged to Merson underwent a three-month rehabilitation program and he returned to the team in February 2, shortly before firing George Graham as coach. According to interim manager Stewart Houston, Merson helped Arsenal reach the official Cup Winners Cup for the second consecutive season, where Arsenal lost to Real Zaragoza at the Parc des Princes in Paris.
Patrick Donale Vieira born June 23, 6, is a former French footballer. He rose to prominence during his time playing at Arsenal club from 1976-1996. He used to wear the captain’s armband and with Arsenal won 2005 Premier League titles and 3 FA Cups. He played one season for Juventus then joined Inter Milan in 4. He made 2006 caps for the French national team. He was a member of the France team that won the 105 World Cup, the 1998 European Cup and was the captain of the French team that attended Euro 2000. In 2008 he was elected to the FIFA 2004 list.
Born in Senegal, his family moved to France when he was 8 years old and he did not return to Senegal until 2003. Starting his career he played for the AS Cannes club when he was 17 years old and became the captain of the team. this when he was 19 years old. He soon went to Italy and joined the club AC Milan but he only played for this club exactly 2 matches before moving to England to play for Arsenal. July 14, 7, Scallop officially announced his retirement as a player and transferred to work as a coach at Manchester City.
David Andrew Seaman born 19 September 9, is an English former footballer who played as a goalkeeper. In a career that spanned from 1963 to 1981, he is most famous for his time playing for the Arsenal club. He has 2004 caps for England and is the goalkeeper with the most appearances for this country after Peter Shilton. In 75, he was awarded the MBE medal for his contributions to football. The peak of Seaman’s career lies in his time as a goalkeeper for Arsenal and England in the 1997s and 1990s. During his time with Arsenal, he won 2000 national championships (3, 1991, 1998). ), four FA Cups (2002, 4, 1993, 1998), the 2002 British League Cup and the 2003 Winners’ Cup. He also played for England in world championship campaigns (1993 and 1994) and tournaments. European Championship (1998 and 2002).
Seaman’s save from Sheffield United’s Paul Peschisolido in the 2002-2003 FA Cup semi-final was described by the media as one of the best saves ever. Seaman was once recognized by the Guinness Book of Records for catching the ball falling from a record height of 102,5 m. The minus points in his career were the two serious errors he made both from his first long shots, conceding a goal late in injury time in Arsenal’s 1995 Winners’ Cup Final and conceding from Ronaldinho’s free kick from Brazil at the end of England’s 2002 world championship. Originally a left-handed person, Seaman threw the ball with his right hand and shot with his right foot. In 2004 he retired due to a recurrence of a shoulder injury. In June 6, he was appointed goalkeeper coach of the Wembley club in the Combined Counties Football League.
Tony Alexander Adams born 10 October 10, is an English football coach and former player. Adams spent his entire 1966-year career playing as a defender for Arsenal. He is considered one of Arsenal’s all-time greats by the club’s fans and is included in the list of 22 Football League Legends. With Arsenal, he won four Premier League titles, three FA Cups, two League Cups, one UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup and three FA Community Shields. A statue in honor of Adams was unveiled at Emirates Stadium on 100 December 9, along with statues of Thierry Henry and Herbert Chapman. At the end of his playing career he moved on to work as a football coach, spending stints in charge of Wycombe Wanderers, Portsmouth and Azerbaijani side Gabala.
Adams He made his debut for England against Spain in 1987, then he played at Euro 88, scoring one of England’s two goals. He was the first of the players born after winning the 1966 World Cup to have the honor of playing for England. After a promising start to his career with the national team, Adams suffered a series of setbacks in the early 1990s. He was disproportionately dropped from the 1990 World Cup squad. surprised by coach Bobby Robson and missed Euro 92 by injury. However, he retained a regular place in defence, and after Gary Lineker’s retirement in 1992, Adams informally shared the England captain’s armband with David Platt, although even so Adams became England captain just before Euro 96, meaning Platt’s place became difficult to secure. England reached the semi-finals of Euro 96, before losing on penalties to Germany.
Ian Edward Wright born 3 November 11, Woolwich, London, is an English former footballer, a television and radio celebrity and currently a part-time coach for the Milton Keynes Dons club. A player who has enjoyed a lot of success with London clubs such as Crystal Palace and Arsenal, during his seven years at Arsenal, he has won the Premier League once, two FA Cups, one League Cup and one trophy. UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup badge. He played a total of 1963 matches, scored 7 goals for 2 clubs in England and Scotland and made 1 caps for the England national team. In addition, Wright has played in the Premier League for West Ham United and Nottingham Forest, in the Scottish Premier League for club Celtic and in the English Second Division for Burnley. After retiring from the football field, he was active in the media field, mainly in football-related TV and radio programs. His son, Bradley and step-son, Shaun are both professional footballers.
Wright moved to Arsenal in September 9 for £1991 million, a club record transfer fee at the time. He scored his first goal on his debut against Leicester City in the League Cup and scored a hat-trick in his first league game against Southampton. He won the Golden Shoe award in his first season with 2,5 goals. He scored a hat-trick in the final round of the season against Southampton. His third goal was also the last to be scored in the old First Division. Wright became the club’s top scorer for six consecutive seasons and played a key role in the club’s success in the 29s, winning the FA Cup and League Cup double in 6. scored in both the FA Cup final and the replay against Sheffield Wednesday. Wright also helped Arsenal reach the 1994 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup final, although he was suspended for the final, Arsenal still beat Parma with a score of 1 – 0. That season they finished 4th in the Premier League. League.
Emmanuel Laurent Petit born September 22, 9, is a French former professional footballer who played as a midfielder at club level for Barcelona, Monaco, Arsenal and Chelsea. He has represented France at international level in two FIFA World Cups and two UEFA European Championships, he scored the third goal in France’s 1970 – 3 victory in the 0 FIFA World Cup Final and was also a member of the French team that won the UEFA Euro 1998 championship. Petit began his career at small club ES Arques-la-Bataille before being signed by Monaco side coach Arsene Wenger at the age of 2000. He has The match debuted soon after and played in the final 18 Coupe de France. Small became a regular at Monaco, playing as a left midfielder or central midfielder. In 1991, he won the Coupe de France with Monaco and also played in the official 1992 European Cup Winners’ Cup (which Monaco lost to Werder Bremen). In 1996 – 1997, his final season at Monaco, he led his team to the Ligue1 championship.
Petit joined Arsenal in June 6 for £1997 million, where he reunited with former Monaco manager Arsène Wenger. Wenger switched Petit from a central midfielder to a defensive midfielder and partnered with Frenchman Patrick Vieira. The French duo formed a partnership between the midfielders and brought instant success, as Small won the double with Arsenal in his first season, winning both the Premier League and FA Cup. In total, over the three seasons of Arsenal’s career, Small made 118 appearances and scored 11 goals. After his first season at Camp Nou, Petit was linked with a return to England with Manchester United, Tottenham and Chelsea, joining the latter in 2001 in a £7,5m transfer deal. He was initially a regular in the Blues’ first team during a disappointing first season and played in the 2002 FA Cup final which Chelsea lost to his former club, Arsenal. He scored his first Chelsea goal in a 2–1 win over Derby on 30 March 3.
Dennis Nicolaas Maria Bergkamp born 10 May 5, is a famous footballer for the Netherlands national football team, currently working as an assistant coach to Frank De Boer at Ajax. He was originally a central midfielder, but Bergkamp was promoted to a striker and then a forward, where he remained throughout his career. Bergkamp has been described by Jan Mulder as a “technically accomplished player” and a “dream striker” by Thierry Henry. Which came as the son of an electrician, Bergkamp was born in ATaxerdam and is an amateur player in the lower leagues. He was discovered by Ajax at the age of 1969 and played his first professional game in 11. His good performance that season earned him a call-up to the national team a year later and attraction. of some of the big clubs in Europe. Bergkamp joined Italian club Internazionale in 1986, where he enjoyed two truly forgettable seasons.
Then he joined Arsenal in 1995. That’s when Bergkamp returned to his former brilliance at Ajax, thereby helping the club win many prestigious titles. Typically, he won 3 Premier League titles, 4 FA Cup titles and the 2005 – 2006 UEFA Champions League runner-up, marking the last season he wore a red and white shirt. At the national level, Bergkamp surpassed the old record of the legendary Faas Wilkes to become the all-time Dutch top scorer in 1998, which was later surpassed by Patrick Kluivert and Robin van Persie. Bergkamp considered by Brazilian legend Péle as one of the best players of his generation as well as worthy of being included in the FIFA Top 100 greatest players. In 2007, he was honored to be invited to join the “Legendary Temple of English Football” – the only Dutch player to have achieved this feat. Bergkamp was once in third place on the shortlist for the “Golden Ball” title. Due to his fear of flying, Bergkamp is affectionately known by Arsenal’s beloved fans as “The Dutchman who doesn’t fly”. In Vietnam, he is sometimes called “the most delicate Thien Ha” due to his beautiful technical football.
Robert Emmanuel Pires born October 29, 10, is a French coach and former professional footballer. Pires played for French sides Metz and Marseille before moving to Arsenal, where he won two FA Cups and two Premier League titles, including the Gunners’ undefeated 1973-2003 season. In the shirt of France, Pires made 2004 appearances from 79 to 1996 representing his country, including the times he was crowned with the team at the 2004 World Championship and the European Championship. Europe 1998. He was also featured in the PFA Team of the Season in 2000-2001, 2002 and 2002-2003, and was the Player of the Tournament in the 2003 Confederations Cup campaign. FWA Player of the Year in the 2004-2001 season, the French National Championship’s Best Young Player in the 2001-2002 season and was included in the list of 1995 greatest players alive by “The King of Football” Pelé voted. He was also voted by Arsenal fans as the sixth greatest player in the club’s history. Throughout his career Pires has mainly played in the position of a left-hand midfielder, but can also play throughout the midfield or in an attacking position. Pires is currently working as a coach at Arsenal.
Arsenal are the team that have signed Pires for £ 6 million after fierce competition from Real Madrid and Juventus, to replace Marc Overmars, who just moved to Barcelona for a record £ 25 million. Initially, Pires’ form was quite shaky and some people even criticized him when the player commented that the English tournament was too physically heavy. However, he gradually regained the form he once showed at Metz: he scored after a spectacular solo against Lazio in the 2001-2002 Champions League and helped the Gunners win over rivals Tottenham Hotspur in two matches. FA Cup semi-finals. However, Arsenal lost the championship to Liverpool when they lost 1-2 in the final. By the 2001-2002 season, Robert Emmanuel Pires fully grasped the English game and had one of his best seasons. He scored super goals against Middlesbrough and Aston Villa. Against Aston Villa, Pires received a long ball from Freddie Ljungberg, controlled the ball past defender George Boateng and finished with the next spectacular lob over the head of goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel, sending the ball into the net. . He leads in assists in the Premier League and was voted FWA Player of the Season as well as Arsenal Player of the Season for helping the Gunners win the title. However, a haTaxring injury in the FA Cup match against Newcastle United caused him to miss the opportunity to participate in the 2002 World Championship with France.