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Arsenal legend Tony Adams delighted to be sober for FA Cup third-round draw… 25 years after helping out while ‘hammered’

talkSPORT Tuesday, 3 December 2019 ()
Arsenal legend Tony Adams says he ‘overcame fears’ to help out at Monday’s FA Cup third-round draw. The former England centre-half battled alcohol addiction in the past and once turned up ‘hammered’ to help get balls out the pot in a third-round draw 25 years ago. But he appeared to be in good health alongside […]
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