Arsenal will mark their 125th anniversary by unveiling statues of club legends Herbert Chapman, Tony Adams and Thierry Henry outside Emirates Stadium this Friday.
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The Gunners announced their intention to reveal the monuments earlier this week but initially kept the identity of the iconic trio - who have all left an indelible mark on the club since it was first formed in 1886 - under wraps.
However, is has become clear that the illustrious triumvirate will be Chapman, Adams and Henry.
Former manager Chapman, who died suddenly in 1934, delivered two league titles and an FA Cup during his time at Arsenal - creating a telling legacy that saw the team that he had built go on to win a further two successive First Division titles, a feat not repeated until Liverpool managed it half a century later.
Adams was the last man to dedicate his entire playing career to the Gunners, spending 19 years at the club and captaining them for 14 of those; he won 13 major honours, including a pair of Premier League and FA Cup doubles in 1997-98 and 2000-01.
Henry is Arsenal's all-time leading scorer with 226 goals in 370 games during his eight-year spell in North London, which began in 1999 when Arsene Wenger snapped him up from Juventus. One of the stars of the Premier League era, he also captained the club and scooped a pair of Premier League titles and three FA Cups to go alongside his numerous individual accolades.