Who is david seaman dating

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger moved in the January transfer window to bring in Paulista from Villarreal, and while the 24-year-old has only made five Premier League appearances to date, he has shown enough to convince Seaman that he was a good buy from Wenger and solve the problem that Arsenal had at the back..“The thing is with [Per] Mertesacker we don’t know how long he’s going to go on for.‘I hope he stays, they should go all out to keep him,’ said Seaman. Manchester United have struggled a little bit since Sir Alex left.They have changed managers again and have a great one now.The pair met through the television show Dancing On Ice.The 6ft 4in ex-goalkeeper appeared in the first series of the ITV1 show in 2006.

Seaman reportedly separated from his wife last Spring before moving in with skating professional Frankie Poultney.

Now married to professional skater Frankie, he visited Zoe Jones and Christopher Boyadji at their training ground yesterday to rally support for the campaign, which will contribute to the costs of competing as well as funding their coach and costumes.

David said: “I really wanted to get involved and donate because I was shocked that there wasn’t the funding there for them.

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Wenger’s men swept aside Ludogorets during a 6-0 thumping in the Champions League last night but the Frenchman is out of contract at the end of the season.

The 66-year-old is yet to open discussions about a new deal and Seaman’s pointed towards Manchester United’s struggles since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement.

We have a couple here that have the chance of being in the championships and maybe qualifying for the Olympics so you would think that the country would be getting behind them.”“When I did the first series of Dancing on Ice, when we were training the ice was empty but halfway through, all the public sessions were full and it carried on from there because people were interested,” he added.

“We skate two to three times a week for fitness and I have a fantastic coach in Frankie.

That’s the opinion of Gunners favourite David Seaman, who can’t quite pinpoint what it is about the Brazilian defender that reminds him of the footballers of years gone by.

Walker, the former Nottingham Forest and Sheffield Wednesday centre-back, hung up his boots for good in 2004, while Keown brought the curtain down in 2005 after spells with Leicester City and Reading following his Arsenal departure.

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