Frank McClintock was a leading player of his generation and is acclaimed as one of Arsenal's greatest captains. Frank transferred from Leicester to Arsenal in 1964 for a then British record fee of £80,000.
In 1970, he led Arsenal to a famous victory in the Fairs Cup and followed this up with even greater glory a year later, winning an historic league and FA Cup double. McClintock was a natural leader of men, a commanding and demanding captain he led by example and was respected by his team-mates for his never-say-die attitude.
Frank was Footballer of the Year in the 1970-71 and was awarded the MBE in 1972.
Frank left Arsenal in 1973 after being controversially dropped, and enjoyed four successful years at QPR. He retired from playing in 1977 and made a move into management with Leicester City and then later Brentford.
Frank continues to retain a high profile in the game, appearing weekly as a Sky pundit.
He has a captivating football story spanning 45 years during which he achieved fabulous success. With his mix of football tales and humorous stories Frank is a must for any Sportsman's dinner.