Photo: Arsenal legend poses with Howard Webb outside St James’ Park

Arsenal legend Ian Wright poses for a snap outside St James' Park with former Premier League referee Howard Webb

Ian Wright and Howard Webb Photo: Ian Wright/Twitter

Ian Wright will be part of BT Sport’s punditry line up covering Arsenal’s game at Newcastle today, and has posted a photo alongside former referee Howard Webb.

Former Fifa official Webb, who took charge of the 2010 Champions League and World Cup finals, is also a member of the BT Sport team as he gives feedback on important refereeing decisions during the channel’s coverage of matches.

The 44-year-old was regularly accused of bias against Arsene Wenger’s side during his 11-year Premier League career, an opinion not lost on Wright who took the chance to pose for a photo.

Wright, who made over 600 career appearances and averaged a goal every other game, showed his prowess in front of goal is not mirrored in his social media skills, with a series of misspelt Twitter tags.

The 51-year-old scored 185 goals for Arsenal during a seven-season Highbury stay.

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Arsenal played out a goalless draw with Liverpool last weekend.

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