Pat Rice played for Arsenal Football Club. The former Northern Irish defender joined Arsenal in 1964 and made his first team debut in 1967. Rice left Arsenal for Watford in 1980. In total, he made 528 appearances for Arsenal and scored 13 goals. The former Captain wore the number 2 shirt for Arsenal. After retiring as a player he coached the Arsenal Academy teams and then went on to become Assistant Manager to Arsene Wenger for Arsenal from 1996 to 2012. Rice was born on March 17, 1949.
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