Former Arsenal and England keeper David Seaman tells Sky Sports why he loves the World Cup [Video]
Sky Sports are running a ‘Why I love the World Cup feature in the run-up to this summer’s tournament.
Former Arsenal and Three Lions keeper David Seaman AKA Safe Hands is the latest to be invited onto the couch to explain why he loves the World Cup so much.
The formerly ponytailed custodian kept goal for England and the 1998 and 2002 World Cups, during which time he earned himself a reputation as a specialist penalty saver.
Seaman speaks of his earliest memory (1966) and favourite legend (Maradona) while saying he hopes England can make it to the final.
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