Lauren played for Arsenal Football Club. The former Cameroonian defender joined Arsenal from Mallorca in 2000 for £7.2m. Lauren left Arsenal for Portsmouth in 2007. In total, he made 242 appearances for Arsenal and scored 11 goals. Lauren wore the number 12 shirt for Arsenal. He was part of the Invincibles squad that won the league without losing a match. Lauren was born on January 19, 1977. He currently works as a footballing pundit in the media.
Lauren says he doesn't regret what happened at Old Trafford in 2003/04, and he'd do it again every single year if he had to.
On this day in 2003, six Arsenal players were charged by the FA after the infamous 'Battle of Old Trafford' which took place on 21 September.
Arsenal invincible Lauren thinks Matteo Guendouzi can be a club legend as long as he listens to the advice of the coaches and players around him.
Former Gunner Lauren insists that as good as Virgil van Dijk has been for Liverpool, his old teammate Sol Campbell was still better.
Arsenal invincible Lauren spoke to the media this week, and he recalled how ultra-competitive the training ground was in that era of success under Arsene Wenger.
Former Arsenal right-back Lauren says he chose the North London side over Real Madrid thanks to a meeting with David Dein and Arsene Wenger.
Former Arsenal right-back Lauren thinks the Gunners would be 'crazy' not to try and sign Anthony Martial, assuming the Manchester United striker doesn't renew his contract.
Arsenal held a coaching clinic in Lagos late last month, connecting with fans and coaches in Nigeria alongside their telecommunications partner MTN.
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Former Arsenal full-back Lauren thinks Diego Simeone wouldn't suit Arsenal, despite some supporters calling for the manager to replace Arsene Wenger.
Arsenal have announced two charity matches against Real Madrid, following the success of the legends match against AC Milan Glorie in 2016.
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Arsenal legend Lauren doesn't believe that the Gunners have any chance of winning the title at the moment.
Former Arsenal defender Lauren is confident Arsene Wenger staying at the club is a good thing and believes he should spend big to challenge for a top-four finish next season.
Garth Crooks believes that the only player who has ever transitioned to the position of wing-back as smoothly as Chelsea's Victor Moses has, was Lauren.
Invincible and former Arsenal defender, Lauren, has revealed that he hopes Arsene Wenger stays at the club.
Lauren has spoken about Arsene Wenger's role at Arsenal over the last 20 years and hailed his support of young players.
Arsenal legend, Lauren, has slated Olivier Giroud, claiming that the striker lacks the X-Factor. Oh and apparently we don't need Mahrez either.
Arsenal legend Lauren claims that strangling Phil Neville was worth the £40,000 fine he incurred from the FA back in 2003.
Legend Lauren claims that Alexis Sanchez is good enough to have been in the 2003/04 Invincible team.