David Seaman

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Feel for @thibautcourtois #beenthere #donethat but a great result for the lads @Arsenal #ARSvCHE.feedback
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Aug 06 2017
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Jul 27 2017

They've been there or there abouts for a long time now but never been in with a really good chance in the last few weeks of the season – so adding a couple of players might change that.feedback

Jul 27 2017

Winning a trophy is always a successful season. And being in the top four.feedback

Jul 27 2017

For Arsenal to win the league, I feel they're a few players short, looking at other squads. I think they just need a couple.feedback

Jul 25 2017

I think the club have moved on from that now and they can offer the right contracts for the big players and also pay the fees.feedback

Jul 25 2017

Arsenal were at this stage a few years ago when Cesc Fabregas, Samir Nasri and Gael Clichy left – they were reaching their prime but leaving. It was sad.feedback

Jul 25 2017

It's just the way he looks on the pitch sometimes, like he's not trying, but trust me he is, you can tell he is. It's the same situation as Sanchez, you don't want players of the standard leaving Arsenal.feedback

Jul 25 2017

I think that is more or less settled now. I think he's going to stay. He's another one of those players who splits the fans but he's a quality player. You can't take that away from him – when he's on his game he is brilliant.feedback

Jul 25 2017

[Arsene Wenger's] main problem is going to be holding on to Alexis Sanchez. I would do whatever it takes to hold on to him because he's a quality player who you wouldn't want to be leaving the club, especially to your rivals. Sanchez-type players are the ones Arsenal should be bringing in. To replace him, It'd be hard. What are they going to get for him? He's got a year left on his contract, his price-tag, I'd guess, would be around £50-70 million – you can't guarantee spending that money and getting a player as good as Sanchez.feedback

Jun 06 2017

But I don't think that would be the position that Joe's looking for you know, to be in competition with someone. I think he wants to go to a club and be their number one.feedback

Jun 06 2017

If that happens there'll be movement and at the moment it's hard to see where Joe might end up, but if he came to Arsenal I'd be quite happy with that.feedback

May 23 2017 - London

They have got to be real with what's being paid to players. If you have a top player who wants to come to London and at Arsenal he is being offered say 100 grand and at another club it's 200 grand, where is he going to go. For me, it's as simple as that – we are not attracting big players anymore.feedback

May 23 2017

All that concerns me, whatever happens, is I want there to be more money available for the manager. I think we are getting left behind a little bit by two or three clubs that are now ahead financially and they are spending money and things need to change at Arsenal. They need to look at their wage structure – how can you attract the top players when you're not paying the top money? It is as simple as that.feedback

Mar 20 2017

I must say I'm having a little chuckle [at City's goalkeeper situation]. When you see what Joe's capable of and what's going on there at the moment, it's a shame. The decision was made and that's it. I'm glad that Joe is playing high-quality football and then when he comes back with England, he still performs like we know he can do. I know Joe is a good goalkeeper. I've always rated him very highly - not just because of what he does on the pitch, but because of the way he reacts to setbacks.feedback

Mar 20 2017

He's had a few and he didn't have the best Euros, but he's reacted properly from it. He's still performing and when you look at the guys who are replacing him [at City], they're nowhere near as good. Joe is winning anyway, because he's still playing high-level football. He's still performing to great levels and then coming back, playing for England and showing what he can do. For me, his levels haven't dropped.feedback

Mar 04 2017

Well that's it, if the club come out and say what is happening then we can move on or build on or whatever. But at the moment while nobody knows it doesn't help. Sanchez is more frustrated, of course he is, he is a quality player, he demands the best from his team-mates and you can see the frustration in him. But what will be will be, it's just that at the end of the season there's a lot of stuff to be decided and with Arsene, I wish it would be decided really soon.feedback

Feb 06 2017

The demonstrations and the unrest within the fans wasn't good for the team. They're venting their anger on matchdays, which isn't helping at all.feedback

Feb 06 2017

We don't want to go down that road again. We went down that road with [Cesc] Fabregas and [Gael] Clichy and [Samir] Nasri – great players who left because they got more money at other clubs. We're getting left behind a little bit. The likes of Chelsea, Man City and Man United have got big, big financial backing. They're attracting the players and it's time that we did as well.feedback

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