Arsenal are today delighted to announce that former Arsenal captain, Tony Adams has been appointed as the successor of Arsene Wenger at The Emirates. Adams spent all 19 years of his footballing career at The Gunners with 504 appearances and 32 goals. Adams was tipped to be the next boss by Wenger after his retirement and Adams had this to say: "I'm extremely thankful to be given this managerial opportunity at Arsenal. I have to thank Arsene for putting me up for the job even though I was probably one of the least experienced candidates. Arsenal is my club and I am so passionate about the football club and I just can't wait to get started and guide the club back to winning trophies and silverware".