Lee Dixon played for Arsenal Football Club. The former English defender joined Arsenal from Stoke City in 1988 for £375,000. Dixon retired as an Arsenal player in 2002. In total, he made 619 appearances for Arsenal and scored 28 goals. He wore the number 2 shirt for Arsenal. Dixon is currently a football pundit on television. He was born on March 17, 1964.
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Lee Dixon hit the nail on his head with his post-match tweet following Arsenal's 3-3 draw against Liverpool on Friday.
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Lee Dixon thinks the intensity of the North London derby has died down, and Arsenal don't have enough desire to win the fixture anymore.
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Lee Dixon says press criticism worked in the Gunners favour back in 1989, when pundits wrote off their title hopes.
Lee Dixon thinks Arsenal should've sold Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Özil, in the same way Michael Thomas was sold to Liverpool back in 1991.
Arsene Wenger should have left the club after the FA Cup final, says Lee Dixon.
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Lee Dixon has joined fellow ex-Arsenal players in slating the Gunners' performance on Sunday at Anfield.
Arsenal legend Lee Dixon has claimed that Alexis Sanchez is difficult to work with.
Lee Dixon was less than impressed by a number of Arsenal players who refused to go across to acknowledge the away fans at White Hart Lane on Sunday.
Lee Dixon reckons that if Mesut Ozil had Dele Alli's nastiness, he'd be 10x the player he is now.
Former Gunner, Lee Dixon, now believes that Arsene Wenger knows it's time to leave Arsenal after being beaten by Bayern Munich 5-1 on Wednesday night.
As far as Arsenal right-backs go, Lee Dixon takes some beating. Dixon appeared 619 times for the club during his 15 years in north London...
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