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Lee Dixon (born 17/3/1964, Manchester) is one of the most respected defenders in Premiership history who played more than 600 games with Arsenal.

Lee began his career at Burnley before spells at Chester, Bury and Stoke. His big break was being signed in January 1988 by George Graham, who paid £400,000 to bring Lee to Highbury. Here he was to become part of the legendary Arsenal back four alongside Tony Adams, Steve Bould and Nigel Winterburn who, for over a decade, provided the backbone that led the Gunners to a number of successes. In over 14 years at the club he won two Football League Championship and two Premiership winners' medals - the latter won as part of the 1998 and 2002 Double years.

Dixon made his England international debut in April 1990 in a World Cup warm-up game against Czechoslovakia. He went on to win another 21 caps for the country.
More recently, Lee joined the BBC in 2004 as a pundit on Match of the Day, Football Focus and Match Of The Day 2.

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