Tag: Manuel Almunia

Manuel Almunia played for Arsenal Football Club. The former Spanish goalkeeper joined Arsenal from Celta Vigo in 2004. Almunia left Arsenal for Watford in 2012. In total, he made 175 appearances for Arsenal and wore the number 1 and number 24 shirts. He was born on May 19, 1977. Almunia retired as a footballer in 2014.

Arsenal's Danish striker Nicklas Bendtner (L) celebrates scoring the second goal with Moroccan striker Marouane Chamakh (R) during their FA Cup fifth round replay football match against Leyton Orient at the Emirates Stadium, London, England, on March 2, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ GLYN KIRK

Arsenal Banter XI of the decade - Were they really that bad?

It’s the end of another decade and what better way to finish up what has been mostly 10 years of pain for Arsenal fans by looking back at some of the worst players to pull on the famous red and white during that time?

Calamity keeper claims Wenger deserves this

Manuel Almunia is impressed by Arsene Wenger's longevity and feels he deserves to lift at least one more big trophy.

Manuel Almunia names which Arsenal player he's burying the hatchet with

Manuel Almunia had nothing but praise for Jens Lehmann recently when asked about his feelings towards his former Arsenal teammate by Goal.

OTD Arsenal goalkeeper signs new deal

On 3 April 2008, goalkeeper Manuel Almunia signed a contract extension with Arsenal in the hope that he would finish his career in north London.

Arsenal reject makes top ten goalkeepers

by Nia Griffiths You wouldn't think the words 'clean', 'sheet' and 'Almunia', go together in the same sentence but apparently the goalkeeper kept the 10th...

How does Čech compare to Wenger's previous keepers?

by Lewis Ambrose Arsenal are reportedly close to signing Petr Čech, who would surely be number one next season, but how does the (soon-to-be) former Chelsea man stack...