Every Arsenal captain from the Premier League era ranked from worst to best

Arsenal have had some great captains but also, some were not-so-great. So, here is every Arsenal captain from the Premier League era ranked from worst to best.

Chelsea v Arsenal - UEFA Europa League Final
Chelsea v Arsenal - UEFA Europa League Final / Michael Regan/GettyImages
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2. Patrick Vieira

Patrick Vieira is rightfully mentioned in the "best midfielder in Premier League history" conversations. The French midfielder who could do it all will be remembered by his career highlight, captaining the Arsenal team who went unbeaten for the first, and only time in Premier League history.

Vieira was an exceptional captain who had some great attacking involvements. The way he would drive forward with the ball at his feet should be used as an example for box-to-box midfielders today. A revolutionary captain, who would've topped the list if it wasn't for the captain before him...

1. Tony Adams

Who else but Mr Arsenal?

Tony Adams is a legend at the club, being one of the best examples of a one club man. Tony Adams represented the Gunners across three different decades - 80s, 90s and 00s, being the captain for 14 years out of his 19-year tenure with the club.

An absolutely incredible portfolio is displayed by Tony Adams, who has never been mentioned sourly by any Arsenal fan. His captaincy reign is going to take some beating.

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