May 17, 2014 at 5pm UK at ​Wembley Stadium
Arsenal
3-2
Hull City
Cazorla (17'), Koscielny (71'), Ramsey (109')
Giroud (85')
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Chester (4'), Davies (9')
Huddlestone (60'), Meyler (70'), Davies (86')

Tony Adams: 'Arsenal still too soft'

Arsenal legend Tony Adams is seen on the pitch before the Barclays Premier League match between Arsenal and Queens Park Rangers at the Emirates Stadium on December 31, 2011
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Arsenal legend Tony Adams calls on Arsene Wenger to add some steel to the Gunners during the off-season.

Arsenal legend Tony Adams has encouraged Arsene Wenger to add some steel to the Gunners during the off-season.

The North Londoners recovered from two early goals to pip Hull City to the FA Cup title at Wembley on Saturday to end a nine-year wait for a trophy.

Questions have since been raised whether or not Wenger's side can use the triumph as a platform for which greater success can be built, but Adams feels that the Frenchman must recruit more defense-minded players to help Arsenal win further honours.

Adams, who has a statue commemorated to him outside the Emirates Stadium, told Sky Sports Radio: "I believe football clubs are about balance and I don't think he's got the balance right.

"He's got too many offensive players. Ozil was a fantastic signing and he's a super player, but let's have some more at Arsenal and some more trophies. I do think that we've got a lot of those players - Cazorla, Wilshire, Ramsey and Rosicky has had a super season.

"I'd like to see two strong full-backs and maybe one more strong midfield player - Manu Petit or Patrick Vieira back in the day - someone to just sit in there and be a bit different."

The 47-year-old won three FA Cup titles - two under Wenger - in his 19-year stint in North London.

Manchester United's Ryan Giggs scores against Arsenal at Villa Park on April 14, 1999.
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