Arsenal memories...1995: Bad break for Seaman
This week in…1995 David Seaman broke a rib for the third time in 10 months and was forced to watch as Arsenal slipped to a 1-0 home defeat to West Ham. It is a severe blow, but we are going to take it day by day with him. There is no cure, only rest, sa
This week in...1995
David Seaman broke a rib for the third time in 10 months and was forced to watch as Arsenal slipped to a 1-0 home defeat to West Ham.
"It is a severe blow, but we are going to take it day by day with him. There is no cure, only rest," said caretaker manager Stewart Houston.
"Vince Bartram showed against West Ham that he is a very good deputy."
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Meanwhile, Uefa president Lennart Johansson called on sacked Arsenal manager George Graham to be banned for life if bung allegations were proved true.
"Arsenal have already reacted - I would think it would be very difficult for Graham to get a new job," he said.
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