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Former Arsenal star Tony Adams was a special guest at Essex County Cricket Club.
The former centre half - who notched more than 600 games for the London giants - visited the County Ground in Chelmsford to talk about his career and his work with the Sporting Chance Clinic.
Adams went public with his battle with alcoholism in the 1990s - he founded the clinic in 2000 to help other sportsmen and women with addiction or mental health.
Just before Christmas it was announced that his work at the clinic had earned him the role of President of the Rugby Football League.