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Arsenal fan Friction explains why Arsene Wenger is the club’s greatest signing and when he became a Gooner


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The drum and bass producer spoke to talkSPORT.com about his love of all things Arsenal

Drum and bass producer Friction popped into the talkSPORT.com office to talk all things Arsenal and explained why Arsene Wenger is actually the club’s greatest ever signing…

Friction is a massive Gooner and has been ever since watching Arsenal put three past Chelsea in 1987

Friction is a massive Gooner and has been ever since watching Arsenal put three past Chelsea in 1987

What was the first football match you went to?
Arsenal v Chelsea, Highbury, November 1987. 3-1 to the Arsenal. I was a fan from there.
What was the first gig you went to?
Radiohead at Brighton Uni.
Which was better – the match or the gig?
I got a signed Alan Smith picture so definitely the match.
Who was your childhood hero?
Ian Wright.

Wenger won three Premier League titles as Arsenal manager, including the 2003/04 crown when Arsenal went the season unbeaten

Wenger won three Premier League titles as Arsenal manager, including the 2003/04 crown when Arsenal went the season unbeaten

Who has been your club’s best signing, and why?
Arsene Wenger. The Invincibles is all I need to say!
Who has been your club’s worst signing, and why?
Igor Stepanovs. Absolutely shocking player.

Igor Stepanovs – not one of Arsenal’s better players

Igor Stepanovs – not one of Arsenal’s better players

Sell out concert at Wembley Stadium, or your team to win the league?
My team to win the league of course!
Which footballer would you refuse to do a karaoke duet with?
Harry Kane.
What’s the best terrace chant you’ve ever heard?
He’s fast, he’s red, he talks like Father Ted, Robbie Keane.
What song do you think your team should run out to?
One of mine!
If you had to support a different team, which one would it be and why?
Brighton, because it’s were I live and my sons have both been involved in the youth set up at some point.

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