Arsenal SPOT will publish exciting interviews held by Eurosport recently with three Gunners’ legends. All men answered idle questions in 60 seconds since saying goodbye to Arsenal.
And to kick things off, the first is with goalkeeping hero, David Seaman.
(Seaman was talking to Tony Mabert while training for Soccer Aid, ITV’s benefit match in aid of UNICEF)
Who is your sporting hero?
What’s the worst country you’ve ever visited?
I would say Albania.
What is your favourite film?
Raiders of the Lost Ark. I’ve not seen the new one yet.
How big is your TV?
I’ve got a 50″ plasma.
If you could have a superpower for the day, what would it be?
I’d want to fly.
Ken Livingstone or Boris Johnson?
Boris Johnson. Ken Livingstone was hell bent on taxing 4x4s and I’ve got a couple.
What’s the first record you bought?
Queen. Bohemian Rhapsody I think, but probably a Queen one.
What car do you drive?
I’ve got a Range Rover, supercharged.
Who is the best player you’ve ever worked with?
Gazza. No doubt. [former Spurs player Paul John Gascoigne]
What’s the worst ground you’ve visited?
Fenerbahce was the most hostile place I’ve ever been to, but the worst ground was Hartlepool. Remember I’ve played in all four divisions.
If you could be a professional in any other sport, what would it be?
Any single sport. Obviously I’ve done a lot in teams, but maybe a golfer or a tennis player.
Who would be your ideal women?
What do you think about Team GB entering a football team for London 2012?
I think they should do it, and I think it should be just amateurs. No pros. Just let the amateurs do it, that’s what the athletes do.