The OTB Sports remote roadshow, in association with Cadbury, is back and we have an amazing lineup focusing on all things Arsenal FC.
This time around, we will be joined by legendary Gunner Robert Pires, Arsenal and Ireland star Katie McCabe, and Munster and Ireland legend Jerry Flannery.
French attacking midfielder and winger Pires spent six years at the Emirates Stadium, after being signed to the Gunners in 2000, and took a while to find his feet in the physical English league.
However, in his second year at Arsenal, Pires took to the league, and named the club's player of the year, and topping the Premier League assists chart, before truly making his mark in the 2003-2004 season.
Pires was unbeatable alongside Thierry Henry en route to Arsenal's unbeaten run to the Premier League title. He is perhaps most fondly remembered by Gunners fans for his wonder goal against Liverpool at Anfield that year, which propelled him to legendary status amongst fans.
Katie McCabe is a household name, not only for her heroics in green, but also for the magic she produces at Arsenal.
Widely regarded as one of, if not the, best players in the WSL, the Irish captain was instrumental Arsenal's title campaigns in 2016 and 2019.
Most recently she was named the Women's Super League player of the month for October, and has been leading the way for the girls in green in their World Cup qualifying campaign.
OTB Roadshows are back!
With @CadburyIreland we'll be bringing interviews with some legends of the Premier League.
Next up, it's one for you #AFC fans 🔴
✅ Legendary Gunner Robert Pires
✅ Ireland captain Katie McCabe
✅ Jerry Flannery #CadburyFC pic.twitter.com/iRUIZznCYK
— Off The Ball (@offtheball) November 17, 2021
For many, the name Jerry Flannery will not be associated with Arsenal, or even football for that matter. However, the former Munster and Ireland hooker has spent more than his fair share of time on the field at the Emirates.
The two-time Champions Cup winner appeared 93 times for Munster, before he eventually traded the red number two jersey for a red jersey of a completely different kind.
While working towards his master's degree in Sports Performance, Flannery was on work placement as a strength and conditioning coach for the Gunners, before joining Anthony Foley's backroom staff at Munster.
This will be the fourth of this years' OTB Sports remote roadshows in partnership with Cadbury FC, check out cadburyfc.com for updates on promotions and giveaways.