OTB Sports, in partnership with Cadbury FC, have kicked off a brand new series of in-depth chats with some of the biggest names in football. The second of these see Arsenal legends Ian Wright and Sol Campbell join us.
Wright was a prolific goalscorer throughout a remarkable career that saw the London-born centre-forward play for Crystal Palace, Arsenal, Celtic and West Ham United, among others.
He joined Arsenal from Crystal Palace in 1991 and went on to win the Premier League with the north London club in 1998.
Wright also won the FA Cup on two occasions with the Gunners in 1992-93 and 1997-98, the second of which capped a league and cup double for Arsene Wenger's side.
The striker was capped 33 times for England and since his retirement from football has worked as a pundit for several television stations, including BT Sport, BBC and ITV.
Campbell is also an icon for Arsenal fans despite beginning his career at north London rivals, Tottenham Hotspur.
After leaving Spurs for the Gunners, in a move that was very controversial at the time, Campbell achieved great success at Arsenal, winning the Premier League on two occasions, once in 2001-02 and for the second time as part of Wenger's Invincibles in 2003-04.
Campbell made over 500 appearances in the English top-flight and also lifted two FA Cups to go alongside the pair of league championships he won while at Highbury.
For England, Campbell represented his country at several international tournaments including three World Cups. He finished his England career in 2007 having been capped on 73 occasions.
In recent years, Campbell has made the step into management. He has had spells at both Macclesfield Town and Southend United as recently as this year.
Part 1 of the chat will be streamed on OTB’s social channels on Thursday, September 17th.
This will be the second of this years' OTB Sports remote roadshows in partnership with Cadbury FC, check out cadburyfc.com for updates on promotions and giveaways.
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