Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Arsenal Invincible is now selling fruit and vegetables – and it looks completely different

Arsenal Invincible is now selling fruit and vegetables – and it looks completely different

Arsenal Invincible Rami Shaaban now sells fruit and vegetables and looks quite dissimilar from his time with the Gunners.

From 2002 to 2004, the retired Swedish goalkeeper spent two seasons with Arsenal, making five appearances between the posts under Arsene Wenger.

Shaaban was a member of the Invincibles squad but missed out on a Premier League winners medal after being loaned out to West Ham United midway through the season.

After retiring from professional football in 2012, Shaaban founded Rami Fresh, a fruit and vegetable business in his native Sweden.

The company specializes in the supply of fruit and vegetables in Sweden, with products originating from a farm in Egypt, where members of Shaaban’s family are originally from.

Shaaban and Rami Fresh’s social media feeds both include images of the former goalkeeper displaying his company’s products.

While he still has the long hair he had  at Arsenal, the 47-year- old’s  locks have turned grey, and he wears his barnet with a short greying beard.

Shaaban joined Arsenal from Djurgarden in 2002 and went on to make five Premier League and Champions League appearances the following season.

He kept two clean sheets for the club, including one in a 3-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur in November 2002, which featured Thierry Henry’s iconic knee slide celebration.

Shaaban is still a fan of the Gunners nearly two decades after leaving the club, and he posted a photo of Henry celebrating after last weekend’s derby win. He captioned the photo on Instagram, “It’s this kind of day today!”

Shaaban was released by Arsenal after his loan spell at West Ham ended in 2004, but went on to play for Brighton & Hove Albion.

He would later return to Scandinavia, first with Norwegian side Fredrikstad and then with Hammarby in Sweden.

Shaaban was capped 16 times by his country and played in the 2006 World Cup as well as the European Championships two years later.

Arsenal Invincible is now selling fruit and vegetables – and it looks completely different

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