The midfielder, dubbed the “Romford Pele”, is a regular on talkSPORT, often telling entertaining tales from his time at Arsenal.
As well as winning multiple trophies and going a full season undefeated with Arsenal, Parlour has a large number of more amusing stories to tell of his time off the pitch.
We’ve picked out our favourites as told by the man himself.
In 2002, Arsenal completed the Double as they won the Premier League and FA Cup. Parlour scored in the cup final and recalled the few days that followed – including an away game against title rivals Manchester United.
Ray Parlour with a hilarious anecdote including Arsene Wenger, the FA Cup final, and 10 pints of beer!
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The centre-back certainly had an eventful trial.
Martin Keown knows how to hold a grudge.
A long flight to South Africa, a sleeping manager and a training session a few hours after landing. What could go wrong?
When Parlour spotted two of his Spurs-supporting mates at White Hart Lane, he thought he’d have some fun…
Another classic @RealRomfordPele north London derby story! 😂
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If this teaches us one thing, it’s always be ready. But free beer is never something to turn down.
Sounds like it’s fairly easy to con Arsene Wenger.
Fergie even managed to get George Graham to break his own strict rules.
“George Graham had been drinking with Sir Alex and couldn’t walk!”
Ray Parlour with another classic story from his days at #Arsenal… 🍺🚎😂
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As if they thought no-one would notice.
There’s docking pints and then there’s this.
Panama didn’t want to go down without a fight.
Day 10 of the World Cup was one of the best yet.
Plus a beautiful World Cup moment.
A massive pat on the back if you get all of these.
Juventus certainly like a good free transfer.
If Lewy leaves Bayern, someone’s in for a treat.
North Korea’s genius ploy unfortunately backfired.
Plus Fernandinho sticks up for Raheem Sterling.
Of course he meant it. He meant everything.
Only eight have lasted longer than five years.