Football legend visits Marlborough
Footballing legend Tony Adams visited the College on Tuesday 13th November, speaking to pupils about the highs and lows of his record-breaking career with Arsenal and England.
He spoke as passionately as he used to play the game, reliving his early days as an apprentice before moving on to his battles with alcoholism. He also discussed his relationships with different managers – citing Arsène Wenger as being highly influential in changing his off the field behaviour. The audience was captivated by his articulate, entertaining and often very candid recollections which all contributed to a highly enjoyable evening.
Head of Football/Politics