Arsenal's greatest goalkeeper in their history was a unique man and one of the greatest 'keeping talents of his era.
With a ponytail and later a lovable gut, Seaman reached the peak of his career during a 13-year stretch at Arsenal that saw him win three league championships and four FA Cups from 1990 to 2003.
He established a reputation for being a penalty-saving specialist, and he had a penchant for pulling off incredible saves, even as his mobility decreased later in his career.
Seaman was the rock behind the fabled back four of Dixon, Adams, Keown and Winterburn, and when opponents somehow managed to breach that back four, they were almost sure to be stopped by the incredible Seaman.
Arsenal have never quite replaced their ponytailed shot-stopper, although there is hope that Wojciech Szczesny can assume the mantle vacated by Seaman.