Person    | Male  Born 26/9/1958 

Kenny Sansom

Categories: Sport / Games

Footballer. Most of his professional career was spent playing for Arsenal Football Club, and until 2011 he was the most capped player for the England team. He went on to play for several other clubs before retiring in 1994. Although finding work as a sports commentator, he fell on hard times through gambling and alcoholism.

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Kenny Sansom

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