The 5 Players In The Premier League Era To Play For Both Arsenal & Tottenham Hotspurs

1. Emmanuel Adebayor : ¬†is a Togolese former professional¬†footballer¬†who played as a¬†striker. During his career, he played for English clubs¬†Arsenal,¬†Manchester City,¬†Tottenham Hotspur¬†and¬†Crystal Palace, as well as French side¬†Metz, Mon√©gasque team¬†Monaco, Spanish team¬†Real Madrid, Turkish clubs¬†?stanbul Ba?ak?ehir¬†and¬†Kayserispor, Paraguay’s¬†Club Olimpia¬†and Togolese club¬†Semassi.

2. William Gallas : is a French former professional footballer who played as a defender. He played most of his footballing career in France and England before finishing his career in Australia with A-League club Perth Glory. Gallas began his career in France, before being signed by English club Chelsea in 2001. He transferred to Arsenal as part of an exchange deal in 2006. He then signed for rivals Tottenham Hotspur in 2010.

3. David Bentley : is an English former professional footballer who played primarily as a winger, but also played as a central midfielder or as a second striker. Bentley started his career with Arsenal in the Premier League, and despite being earmarked as one for the future, saw his playing opportunities limited by a strong senior squad. He spent two seasons on loan with Norwich City and Blackburn Rovers, and sealed a permanent transfer to Rovers in January 2006. Bentley soon featured regularly for the England under-21 team. He made his senior international debut against Israel in September 2007. In July 2008, Bentley joined Tottenham Hotspur.

4. Rohan Ricketts : is an English professional footballer¬†who most recently played as an¬†attacking midfielder¬†for¬†Master’s Futbol¬†of¬†League1 Ontario. Ricketts started out with¬†Arsenal, with whom he won the¬†FA Youth Cup¬†in 2000 and 2001. He made one appearance for them, in the¬†League Cup, against¬†Manchester United. In 2002, he made the unusual step of joining Arsenal’s rivals¬†Tottenham Hotspur, and became just the fourth player to make the switch from Arsenal to¬†Tottenham Hotspur and only the twelfth to appear for both sides since their formation.

5. Sol Campbell : is an English professional football¬†manager¬†and former player who was most recently the manager of¬†National League¬†club¬†Southend United. A¬†centre-back, he spent 20 years playing in the¬†Premier League¬†and had an 11-year international career with the¬†England national team. Campbell began his career with¬†Tottenham Hotspur¬†in December 1992. He spent nine years at Spurs, scoring 10 goals in 255 appearances, and¬†captaining¬†the team to victory in the¬†1999 Football League Cup Final¬†against¬†Leicester City. In 2001, he joined Tottenham’s¬†North London rivals¬†Arsenal¬†on a free transfer, and as a result has remained a deeply unpopular figure amongst Spurs supporters. In his five years and 195 appearances at Arsenal, he won two Premier League winners medals and three¬†FA Cup¬†winners medals, encompassing the 2001‚Äď02 league and FA Cup¬†double, and being part of the team that became known as¬†The Invincibles¬†for their undefeated¬†2003‚Äď04 Premier League campaign. He scored Arsenal’s only goal in their 2‚Äď1 defeat to¬†Barcelona¬†in the¬†2006 UEFA Champions League Final. In August 2006, he joined¬†Portsmouth¬†on a free transfer. His three years with the club included captaining them to victory in the¬†2008 FA Cup Final. He had a brief stint at League Two side¬†Notts County¬†before making a brief return to Arsenal and ending his career with¬†Newcastle United.