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  • Writer's pictureLara Clarke

OUR LASTEST SIGNINGS?

JACK WILSHERE



Former England International who played as a gifted midfielder is the head coach of the Arsenal U18's. Wilshere came up through the Arsenal youth academy making his first team debut in 2008 going on to make 125 appearances until signing for West Ham in 2018 where he stayed for 2 years followed by a move to AFC Bournemouth and AGF before announcing his retirement in 2022.


MICHAEL DAWSON



Former Professional footballer who played at centre-back having started his career at Nottingham Forest in 2001 before moving to Tottenham Hotspur in 2005. While at Spurs Dawson won the League Cup in 2008. Dawson signed for Hull City in 2014 and helped them win promotion back to the Premier League in the 2016 Championship play-off final. Returning to Nottingham Forest in May 2018 until 2021 and is now a regular pundit on Sky Sports Soccer Saturday and rejoined Spurs as Club Ambassador!


EMMANUEL PETIT



Former French professional footballer who played top-flight football as a defensive midfielder at club level for some of the biggest clubs in the world: Arsenal, Barcelona, Monaco and Chelsea. Petit also represented his country, France (1990 - 2003) winning the 1998 FIFA World Cup and the UEFA European 2000 Championship!


PAUL PARKER



Ex-Professional footballer who played full back most notably with Manchester United (1991 - 1996) with whom he won two Premier League Titles, an FA Cup, a League Cup and the Charity Shield! During his international career Parker earned 19 Caps for England (1989 - 1994) and played at the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy. Italia '90 saw England go as far as the Semi-Finals against Germany eventually losing on penalties.


EMILE HESKEY



The English former professional footballer, who is currently head of football development for Leicester City Women, played as Striker making more than 500 appearances in the Football League and the Premier League over an impressive 18 year career. Heskey signed with Liverpool in 2000 for a record transfer fee at the time of £ 11m. With Liverpool Heskey went on to win multiple honours including the FA Cup in 2000! Heskey was an England International earning 62 Caps and scoring 7 goals for his country.


ALAN CURBISHLEY



Former manager of Premier League clubs West Ham United and, most notably, Charlton Athletic FC originally played professionally as a midfielder for some of the biggest clubs in English Football including West Ham United, Birmingham City, Aston Villa, Charlton Athletic FC and Brighton & Hove Albion.


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