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Tony Adams opens up on heavy night drinking session after Wembley humiliation at Euro 1988 as England legend admits that he 'wet the bed' from boozing as he did not have the 'tools to cope' following a poor game against Marco van Basten's Holland

Tony Adams has revealed how he turned to drink following England's loss to the Netherlands at Euro 1988, as the Arsenal legend he had no tools to cope after a bad day at the office against Marco van Basten. Adams, 54, has previously opened up on his alcoholism as a...
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Tony Adams suggests Arsenal should’ve signed ‘wonderful’ Joe Gomez

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Arsenal do not need Martin Odegaard, Nicolas Pepe or Willian, says Tony Adams

Arsenal should not have signed Martin Odegaard, Nicolas Pepe or Willian, according to former captain Tony Adams. Adams was speaking on Premier League Productions as the Gunners beat Leeds United 4-2 on Sunday. He believes the club have wasted time and money focusing on attacking players when their defence is the weakest department of the team – despite Arsenal having one of the best defensive records in the league this season. “To be honest, there's an argument that you don't need Martin Odegaard,” Adams said of the Norwegian, who has signed on loan from Real Madrid until the end...
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Tony Adams slams Arsenal for signing Martin Odegaard and insists Mikel Arteta should instead have prioritised 'strong defenders' in January - and says he was 'so annoyed' when Willian and Pepe joined because Gunners didn't need them!

Arsenal's recent recruitment has been slammed by club legend Tony Adams with the former defender insisting they didn't need to sign Martin Odegaard, Nicolas Pepe or Willian. The trio have all been signed over the past two seasons, with Odegaard joining on loan while Pepe and Willian were brought in on permanent deals.
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Tony Adams dies at 82

Tony Glenn Adams, 67, died January 27 at his home in McKee. Born in Letcher County to the late Henry C. “Burt” Adams and Thelma Maxine Adams, he was a brother of the late Dean Adams, Michael. Adams, Jimmy Burt Adams, and Tammy Yvonne Adams. Mr. Adams was also preceded...
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Arsenal legend Tony Adams blasts the club's decision to sign Willian on a three-year deal and claims more 'poor' choices in the transfer market will stop talented youngsters breaking through

Tony Adams has slammed Arsenal's recent transfer business, believing signings such as Willian will cause more harm than good. Willian joined the Gunners in the summer on a three-year deal and has failed to impress in his time at the club so far, with the 32-year-old still waiting for his first Arsenal goal.