GUNNERS YEARS: Adams and Wright inspire World Cup squad
ARSENAL IN YEARS GONE BY 2003: Dennis Bergkamp says he may carry on playing after this season - despite previously saying he was definitely going to hang up his boots next May: It s strange because you would expect to feel a bit different physically wh
ARSENAL IN YEARS GONE BY
Dennis Bergkamp says he may carry on playing after this season - despite previously saying he was definitely going to hang up his boots next May: " It's strange because you would expect to feel a bit different physically when you get to a certain age, but I honestly don't feel any different from when I was a young player." The funeral took place of former Arsenal striker Joe Baker, who died on 6 October from a suspected heart attack while playing golf. He netted exactly 100 times in 156 appearances for the club during the 1960s.
David Seaman, Tony Adams and Ian Wright help England to qualify for 1998 World Cup finals with a 0-0 draw in Italy. Meanwhile, their former Highbury and international team-mate David Rocastle is helping his new club, Hull City of the Nationwide League Division Three, to a 3-0 home win over Scarborough. The Tigers remain the 91st-ranked club in England. "A few eyebrows were raised when I came to Hull... but it's been a breath of fresh air," said Rocky.
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Paul Davis scored one and set up the other as the Gunners beat Manchester United 2-1 in the final of the Mercantile Credit Trophy at Villa Park before starting a nine-match ban for punching Southampton's Glenn Cockerill. Meanwhile, David O'Leary is angry at losing his place in the team to new signing Steve Bould: ``I have three years of a very good contract left. I am Arsenal through and through and I want to finish my career here. But I'm not sure how long I can sit it out."