Arsenal's Czech veteran takes a trip down memory lane putting words to the pictures of some of his most memorable career moments.
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The drinking culture that existed at Arsenal in the early 90s is the stuff of legend and by the time Ray Parlour was no stranger to a pub lock-in when he made his first appearance at Anfield in 1992.
Ray gave away a penalty in front of the Kop on his debut but the Romford Pele had a much better game a year or so later* when he came on as a substitute - despite sinking five pints less than an hour before the match!
*Arsenal beat Liverpool at Anfield in August 1992 - with Parlour having a great game - but it seems he started the match rather than coming off the bench as he describes in the recording? So with Arsenal having a lousy record at Anfield in teh mid-1990s we're stumped as to which game he's referring to. Answers on a postcard...
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Sylvain Wiltord scored 49 times during his Arsenal career, despite spending much of it behind Bergkamp and Kanu in the queue to partner Henry, or shunted out to the right-wing. Yet many of his goals were crucial.
The one that secured the title at Old Trafford has become a part of Arsenal folklore, but he would go on to score another as we dumped United out of the cup at their place nine months later. A vital goal at a rain-lashed Goodison Park in February 2002, a last-minute equaliser at West Ham later that year are also good examples of his ability to deliver when the team had been backed into corner.
He also loved scoring against Chelsea, coming off the bench to score two against them in the fifth round of the FA Cup in 2001 and grabbing a winner against them on Boxing Day 2001 - but his goal at Stamford Bridge in a 2003 FA Cup replay is one of the most satisfying I have seen as an Arsenal fan.
As Vieira surged down the pitch leaving Lampard and Petit trailing in his wake before Wiltord dispatched the ball with an almost disinterested aplomb, you almost believed we would have Chelsea under our thumb forever...
It goes without saying that David Rocastle is an Arsenal legend. It wasn't just his talent as a player but his commitment to the cause which makes him a firm favourite with all Gooners, even those who never saw him play.
He will forever be remembered for that goal in the league cup semi-final against Spurs, but while this effort at Old Trafford in October 1991 wasn't as crucial, it demonstrates what a fabulous player he was.
Gathering the ball inside his own half, he surged past Paul Ince and Bryan Robson before chipping Peter Schmeichel from 25 yards. He may have had a slice of fortune with the finish, but the way he outmuscled and outwitted two of the era's finest English midfielders was a joy to behold..
Video courtesy of TheRomfordPele15