Everybody might not love Dennis Bergkamp but everybody admires him...
Arsene Wenger "started experimenting" soon after winning his last Premier League title. Silly sod.
Dennis Bergkamp and Marc Overmars. These were truly glorious times for football.
David Beckham, Dimitar Berbatov, Dennis Bergkamp....there will be some beautiful goals.
David Silva is set to leave Manchester City at the end of the season.
Virgil van Dijk is in the top ten. But is he in the top three? The Premier League has had some Dutch legends...
William Gallas being allowed to take Dennis Bergkamp's No.10 was the moment it all started to go wrong at Arsenal...
On his 49th birthday, we remember the majesty of Dennis. This was the first ever Portait of an Icon....
A team of Patrick Vieira and Dennis Bergkamp to replace Arsene Wenger? We'd be on board.
Where Djimi Traore has triumphed, Fabio Cannavaro has failed. But he is in some pretty fine company.
Zlatan expected to displace either Thierry Henry or Dennis Bergkamp straight away at Arsenal.
Christian Eriksen is clearly unaware that even talking about the enemy is a cardinal sin.
Theo Walcott sits at No 3 on this list. No. 3. But Arsenal and Wenger never got complacent. Oh no. No siree.
Storey's labour of love for the 1990s continues unabated as he brings us his ten favourite playmakers.
Wenger ranked Giroud in his top five goals as Arsenal manager. Where do Bergkamp and Henry's efforts place?
Emmanuel Petit is "surprised" that more former players are not among Arsenal's coaching staff.
Robert Pires thinks Mesut Ozil can follow in the footsteps of Arsenal legend Dennis Bergkamp.
You could have prevented it, Dennis. You could have saved us all the hassle. You rubbish b*stard.
There are some bloody brilliant Dutch players to have graced these shores. Come celebrate them
The perfect b*stard must be naughty, physical but also score goals. Being a hard man ain't enough
Arsene Wenger has compared two Arsenal players to Dennis Bergkamp and David Seaman. Guess who?
Deja vu as Edinson Cavani offered to Man United for £32m. Plus, Vardy's new deal and Bergkamp for Reading.
Some inspiration for Memphis Depay and anyone else struggling to shine after big transfers...
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