Vince Bartram
Vince Bartram

Vince Bartram

Goalkeeper Vince Bartram gained Premiership experience with Arsenal as David Seaman's understudy.

Signing professional for Wolves in August 1985, he made his League debut in their first-ever Fourth Division game a year later and joined AFC Bournemouth for £65,000 in July 1991 as Gerry Peyton's replacement.


Name Vince Bartram
Arsenal Career 1994 - 1998
Position: Goalkeeper
Appearances 12 (11 starts, 1 as a sub)
Goals 0

He was ever-present in 1991/92 and moved to Highbury for £400,000 in August 1994.

Making 11 Premiership appearances for Arsenal, he was reunited with Tony Pulis at Gillingham in March 1998 and helped them win promotion in 1999/2000.

He has since become a summariser for BBC Radio Kent. (With thanks to Leigh Edwards)