Arsenal legend David Seaman returns to club to help coach youth team

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Arsenal legend David Seaman is helping to coach the club’s youth teams.

The Gunners academy manager Per Mertesacker reached out to Seaman and he has agreed to come onboard.

Seaman will be working with the club’s youth teams on an informal basis, helping out from time to time.

The former goalkeeper brings with him a wealth of experience. During 13 years at Arsenal as a player, he made over 550 appearances for the Gunners in what was an illustrious career.

Seaman helped the club win the FA Cup and Premier League double on two occasions during his time there. The 58-year-old also racked up 75 caps for England too.

His presence on the training ground will be a boost for Arsenal and he will be expected to pass on his knowledge to the club’s young goalkeepers.

Seaman is expected to work with the club over the coming weeks and months.

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