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Ex Arsenal man admits ‘greed’ and ‘addictions’ drove his exit

He elaborates on the role of financial incentives and personal addictions that influenced his decision.

LIVERPOOL, UNITED KINGDOM – MAY 26: Arsenal players from left Kevin Richardson, Steve Bould, Paul Merson and Alan Smith celebrate in the dressing room with the League Division One trophy after Arsenal had beaten Liverpool 2-0 in the final game of the season to pip Liverpool to the title, at Anfield on May 26, 1989 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by Allsport/Getty Images)

Paul Merson‘s departure from Arsenal in 1997 was a moment in the club’s history that left fans and pundits alike perplexed.

In a revealing interview with FourFourTwo, Merson sheds light on the personal and financial reasons that drove him to Middlesbrough, just as Arsenal were set to make history under Arsene Wenger‘s leadership.

Known affectionately as ‘Magic Man Merse,’ Paul Merson was a beacon of…

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