Former defender who once held the record for the being the most capped England full-back is back on the booze.
Kenny Sanson was a talented full-back who was forever present for Arsenal and England throughout the 1980s. Making his debut for Crystal Palace on 1975, he gained his first cap for England in 1979, aged 21 before Arsenal went on to sign him in 1980. He spent eight successful years with the Gunners before going on to play for Newcastle United, Queens Park Rangers, Coventry, Everton, Brentford and Watford.
After his football career finished, Sansson struggled with business, financial, gambling and alcohol problems. He still however managed to get work as a pundit, commentating on Crystal Palace and Arsenal games as well as making the occasional appearances on Australian football show Fox Sports FC via satellite.
In 2014, it seemed that Kenny had got his life back together. The Daily Star reported that he was working as a scaffolder and was enjoying life off the booze.
However back in 2015, Kenny as spotted drinking in a park in the area of Bromley. We have put together the pictures of Kenny and a recent interview with him on This Morning on the next page.