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Former Arsenal goalkeeper Jens Lehmann accused of chainsaw attack on neighbour’s home

Jens Lehmann, the former Arsenal goalkeeper, has reportedly been caught on camera launching a furious chainsaw attack on a luxury property on Germany's Lake Starnberg in what appears to be a long-running dispute with his neighbour. The former German national goalkeeper, 52, climbed on to the roof of his neighbour’s...
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Arsenal legend Jens Lehmann attacks neighbour’s garage with chainsaw, attempts to destroy cameras

Former Arsenal goalkeeper Jens Lehmann has landed himself in hot water after attacking a neighbour’s property with a chainsaw. Football fans may best remember the German as a member of Arsenal’s ‘Invincibles’ squad. In that glorious 2003/04 season, Lehmann played every single Premier League game as the Gunners lifted the title without losing a match. He also added an FA Cup medal to his collection the season after, in 2005.
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Jens Lehmann accused of destroying neighbour’s luxury villa with a chainsaw

Jens Lehmann has been accused of attacking his neighbour’s house with a chainsaw, according to reports in Germany.The former Arsenal goalkeeper is engaged in a long-running dispute over his view of Lake Starnberg, a popular summer spot near Munich. He is thought to have complained to local authorities about the neighbour’s new garage encroaching on his land.Lehmann launched the attack on the luxury villa in an effort to saw off several roof beams, reports Bild. The 52-year-old was caught on CCTV and police are now investigating the incident, as well as three previous cases of vandalism which caused around £9,000...

Jens Lehmann sacked by Hertha Berlin after ‘token black guy’ message to Dennis Aogo leaked

Former Arsenal goalkeeper Jens Lehmann has been sacked from Hertha Berlin’s supervisory board after asking whether a television pundit was being used as a “token black guy”. Lehmann appeared to accidentally send a message to former Germany international Dennis Aogo which read: “Is Dennis actually your Quotenschwarzer(token black guy)?”Aogo posted a screenshot of the message on Instagram with the caption: “Wow, are you serious? This message was probably not meant for me.”Lehmann was sacked by Hertha Berlin on Wednesday in a statement released by the club’s president, Werner Gegenbauer, which read: “Such statements are in no way representative of the...

Jens Lehmann apologises for sending ‘token black guy’ message to TV pundit

Former Arsenal goalkeeper Jens Lehmann has issued a public apology after referring to German television pundit Dennis Aogo as “a token black guy” in a WhatsApp message. Lehmann, 51, who played for the Gunners between 2003 and 2008 and represented Germany 61 times, took to Twitter to issue an apology to Aogo, a former Hamburg and Schalke player who now works for Sky Sports in Germany.