Tony Adams believes that he should have been appointed Arsenal's new chairman instead of Sir Chips Keswick.
Former Arsenal captain Tony Adams has claimed that he should have been appointed the club's new chairman instead of Sir Chips Keswick.
Keswick recently replaced Peter Hill-Wood at the Emirates Stadium.
"Chips is a great guy but not a very imaginative choice by the owner - and he is 73," he told The Sun.
"If they just wanted a figurehead, they should have gone for me. It would have been a better visionary decision than Chips."
Adams played over 650 games for Arsenal before retiring in 2002.
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