No room for title-winning striker in all-star north London XI.Former Arsenal striker Alan Smith has named his all-time Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur combined XI for the Daily Telegraph, though he didn’t make the final cut.
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The 51-year-old, who now works as a pundit, won two league titles during his time with the Gunners, and scored a total of 115 goals for the club between 1987 and 1995, going down as one of their best-ever forwards.
However, a number of English football’s best players have featured for both of these clubs, with Smith unable to break past some genuinely all-time greats and find a place in this team, with former Arsenal stars dominating the lineup.
See below for the names who made it into Smith’s lineup:
GK) David Seaman
One of the finest goalkeepers to play in the English game, David Seaman was a great servant to the Arsenal team for well over a decade, winning numerous honours with the club as he formed part of a famously solid back five, with some great defenders in front of him to help his superb clean sheet record.