Arsenal fans were flooding to Twitter to vote Tony Adams as the club’s greatest ever Englishman.
After being posed the question by AFTV, the Gooners were mostly veering towards the club’s youngest ever captain, who took over the armband at the age of just 21 (via Arsenal).
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Adams enjoyed a long and distinguished career with the north London giants, making 669 appearances for the club and winning 10 major honours.
He is most famously remembered for bursting through the Everton defence to score the club’s fourth goal on the final day of the 1997/1998 season when the Gunners won their first-ever Premier League title.
Fans were adamant that the 53-year-old is the club’s greatest ever Englishman as they took to Twitter to react.
Here is a selection of tweets from the Emirates Stadium faithful:
— James (@Goonerjimbo_) November 18, 2019
The man with the statue
— John Short (@JohnnyShort2) November 18, 2019
Mr Arsenal – Captain pic.twitter.com/9upiHepJJ8
— The Invincibles (@Classy_Arsenal) November 18, 2019
Come on is that even a question Adams all day long.
— Shannon Gray (@ShanoG14) November 18, 2019
Adams all day long but no Ray parlour on the list is a disgrace
— Arsenal john (@JohnStarbrook) November 18, 2019
Tony adams aka Mr arsenal.ian wright and david seaman worth a shout out also.
— (@martintapp4) November 18, 2019
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