Tony Adams will always have a special place in the hearts of Arsenal fans.
The former centre-back won ten trophies during a 15-year Arsenal career – 12 if you count the two Community Shields they won in that time.
He captained the Gunners to title wins in three different decades and is, without a doubt, one of Arsenal’s greatest ever players.
His managerial record, however, is a far cry from his playing career.
Adams has managed four clubs, winning just 29 games across all four spells. He has taken charge of 115 games, which works out at a 25% win percentage.
His most recent spell as manager ended in disaster, taking charge of a Granada side destined for relegation from La Liga in Spain, being in the dugout for seven matches, losing every single one.
But he still dreams of making it in football management, or even coaching, and would jump at the chance to return to Arsenal, although he would have no issue with rocking up at the likes of Chelsea or West Ham should the opportunity arise either.