Tag: David Dein
David Dein wants time-keeping to be run independently of the on-field referee, after Arsenal played just 51 minutes of football against Newcastle United.
Following David Dein's call for Arsenal to bring Arsene Wenger back to the club, Wenger has explained that he's stayed away to avoid becoming a distraction.
David Dein thinks Arsenal should have done more to keep Arsene Wenger on after he ended his managerial spell with the club, and insists they should bring him back.
Sanctioned Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich almost bought Arsenal back in 2003 but a mistake by Swiss bank, UBS, forced him to reconsider his options.
When Arsene Wenger's book is released in 2020 there will be mile-long queues comprised of Arsenal fans, desperately seeking answers to some of the biggest mysteries from his time at the club.
Arsenal and West Ham have become the first Premier League clubs to sign-up for an initiative launched by David Dein to offer coaching and refereeing courses to prison inmates.
Arsene Wenger has been offered 'four or five jobs' according to his close friend, and former Arsenal vice-chairman, David Dein who hints that he might take a national team job.
Arsene Wenger has been snapped having dinner with the manager of Galatasaray, Fatih Terim, and the former club president, Ali Sen.
David Dein insists that Arsene Wenger still has the same hunger to win that he's always had, which is why he's finding it so hard to say goodbye to Arsenal football club.
Former Arsenal vice-chairman David Dein has revealed a story that ex-Gunner Gilberto Silva told him back in 2014.
David Dein has shared the story of he signed Ian Wright from Crystal Palace.
David Dein based his life motto on turtles.
David Dein's son, Darren, is apparently helping former Tottenham manager, Harry Redknapp, with transfers over at Birmingham City.
On 18 April 2007, Arsenal’s vice-chairman, David Dein, left the club.
David Dein has revealed that he was the driving force behind the push to get Rangers and Celtic admitted to the Premier League, but has admitted that it is probably not going to happen now.
Former Arsenal vice-chairman, David Dein, insists that Arsenal will have an impossible job finding an adequate successor for Arsene Wenger and he's completely correct.
Apparently, Sir Bobby Robson was set to take over at Arsenal before Arsene Wenger did in 1996 but was convinced to stay at Porto instead.
Our former vice-chairman David Dein refused to criticise Arsene Wenger on his lack of activity in the transfer window, insisting that the manager knows...