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The following season Seaman managed to reach the 2000 UEFA Cup Final, which Arsenal drew 0–0 with Galatasaray, but lost on penalties.In 2002, Seaman won the Premier League and the FA Cup again to complete his second career double, although Arsenal's other goalkeepers Stuart Taylor (10 appearances) and Richard Wright (12 appearances) also won championship medals, due mainly to Seaman's absence through injuries.Wenger rated Seaman highly and in 1998, Seaman helped the team to the Premier League and FA Cup double.In 1998–99, Seaman played all 38 league matches, conceding only 17 league goals as Arsenal came within one point of retaining the Premier League and lost in the FA Cup semi-finals to Manchester United.The peak of Seaman's career was during his period as Arsenal and England goalkeeper in the 1990s and early 2000s.
Arsenal began their victorious League Cup campaign against Millwall and after two legs the game went to a penalty shootout.
His save from Paul Peschisolido of Sheffield United in the 2002–03 FA Cup was described as one of the best ever.
Notable lows came with two costly errors, both from long-range efforts—conceding a last-minute goal in the 1995 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final to Nayim and conceding to a Ronaldinho free-kick in the 2002 FIFA World Cup quarter-final.
Whilst at QPR, Seaman was coached by Arsenal double-winner (of 1971) Bob Wilson, who was to work with him for more than a decade.
In 1990, long before the current transfer window system had come to English football, there was still a transfer deadline a few weeks before the end of the season.