Arsenal FC announces that they will unveil and dedicate a statue to its legends Thierry Henry, Tony Adams, and Herbert Chapman. The reason is to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Arsenal FC.
The news was announced in ESPN Soccernet after Arsenal FC commented about the statues and who will form part of the statues. The time has come to do a review of the legends of Arsenal.
Herbert Chapman was appointed manager of Arsenal FC in the year 1925. Chapman was able to take the Gunners to the Quarter Finals of the FA Cup and second place in the English First Division.
Arsenal was able to classify for the FA Cup finals in the year 1927 and win in 1930. Arsenal was admired around the world with players such as Alex James and Cliff Bastin.
Chapman was unable to appreciate the growing success of Arsenal. The reason was that he died in 1934 from pneumonia.
Tony Adams was able to win ten major trophies within 669 appearances with the Gunners. Adams was also Arsenal's captain for 14 years.
Adams also scored 48 goals during his time with the Gunners. Adams eventually retired in the beginning of the 21st century after two decades with Arsenal.
The final match of Adams with Arsenal resulted in a victory for the Gunners at Old Trafford.
Thierry Henry scored 226 goals within 370 appearances for Arsenal. Henry won the Premier League (two times), FA Cup (two times), and The Premier League Gold Boot (four times) for Arsenal.
Henry won the PFA Player of the Year award (two times) and the FWA Player of the Year (three times) as well. Henry eventually went to FC Barcelona and the New York Red Bulls after his period with the Gunners.
The three deserved the honor of a statue for their positive contributions to Arsenal, the Premier League, and World Football