Lehmann, on the costumes of the 'Invincibles': "We discussed every day"

The German recalled that golden age of Arsenal, when the team reached the top in the Premier. He admits that the discussions led to success.


Jens Lehmann recalled the golden age of Arsenal, when the team reached the top in the Premier League (2003). After signing a campaign with 26 wins and 12 draws (no defeat), they were nicknamed the 'Invincibles'. He admits that the discussions led to success.

"I have a long past of disappointments, but I also have some successes. This is very valuable. For example, during my time at Arsenal we didn't win everything, but almost everything ... It was an experience and learning process that continued: joining the team, the environment ... People had to think that we had a great atmosphere here. To be honest, it was not so good, because there were discussions in the field practically every day. We were at a time when everyone wanted succeed. But it was those discussions that finally helped the team move forward, "he argued in an interview with The Athletic.

Lehmann went through the Bundesliga, Premier and Serie A successfully. He won a league with Borussia Dortmund and also with Milan. With the gunners he won almost everything in his first season: Premier League, CommunityShield and FA Cup.



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