Arsenal have been blessed with great goalkeepers like David Seaman, Jimmy Rimmer, John Lukic, Bob Wilson and Jens Lehmann. But I have chosen Pat Jennings. Not only was he excellent with 1-handed parries, but he was also quite adept at making leg parries.


Lee Dixon deserves an honorable mention as does Viv Anderson. But I would go for Pat Rice.

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Ashley Cole and Nigel Winterburn would make most people's teams. Sammy Nelson was decent, but my favorite is Kenny Sansom.

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Martin Keown, Sol Campbell, Steven Bould, Willie Young served Arsenal with such grace and distinction. It was a huge dilemma to leave 1 player out of the 3 that I felt were the best of the lot and unfortunately that player is Frank McLintock as I have opted for Tony Adams and David O'Leary.


I've gone for 3 in midfield, but I'll start by praising the efforts of players like Robert Pires (who narrowly missed), Marc Overmars, Paul Merson, David Rocastle, Cesc Fabregas (on their way to being an all in great part keeps up), Paul Davis, Michael Thomas, Brian Talbot, Graham Rix, and George Graham.

But I have opted for the trio of Patrick Vieira, Emmanuel Petit and Liam Brady. Vieira and Petit as a duo are probably the best couple in the history of the prime minister, as they complemented each other extremely well. Whereas Brady, he was just a genius with his left foot; and in my opinion one of the top 5 players to ever play for Arsenal.


There have been many good strikers in Arsenal history including Tony Woodcock, Cliff Bastin, Ray Kennedy, Frank Stapleton, Alan Sunderland and Alan Smith.

But it won't come as a surprise to Arsenal fans that he has selected Dennis Bergkamp (the best player in arsenal in my opinion), Ian Wright and Thierry Henry (the most exciting player to appear in the prime minister).

My favorite Arsenal team is hard to tell as everyone who has won the Premiership with Wenger in charge has been brilliant to watch and it's hard to separate them. https://xn--168-jml4a7dtc8e.com/%e0%b8%9b%e0%b8%a3%e0%b8%b0%e0%b8%a7%e0%...

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Lee Dixon deserves an honorable mention as does Viv Anderson. But I would go for Pat Rice.