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- 6508 points, 51 submissions: haveyouseenmywetsuit
- Hibs'd it (311 points, 10 comments)
- Scotland Women 1-0 Brazil Women (210 points, 30 comments)
- Glebe Park (208 points, 29 comments)
- Old firm facts has posted this handy reminder on twitter as to why it would be a disaster to have Malky Mackay as the Scotland manager. (199 points, 60 comments)
- A lad at work has just informed me that a ticket for the Scotland vs San Marino/Cyprus games at Hampden are £32, plus a £3 booking fee, plus a £2 delivery fee. Having used a calculator, I have calculated that this gives us a total of: The SFA are taking the piss (193 points, 56 comments)
- Hong Kong based Dundee fan who has returned home 10 times in the past two seasons to watch Dundee play, has watched Dundee lose all 10 games. (191 points, 17 comments)
- Ross County once deleted their own website. ICT's official twitter once liked a porn clip. But it is Clachnacuddin who finally confirm that technology is not a strong point in the Highlands. (191 points, 11 comments)
- Just when you thought Arbroath's season couldn't get any better (190 points, 21 comments)
- Pie and Bovril saying what the majority of us are thinking (and saying) (172 points, 42 comments)
- Feyenoord tweeted this picture after yesterday's Europa League draw (171 points, 37 comments)
- 3360 points, 18 submissions: Uber-Brend
- Me and (most) of the boys fixing Scotland’s Coefficient (319 points, 33 comments)
- A summary of what happened overnight, for those curious (308 points, 32 comments)
- It’s been a long summer (285 points, 24 comments)
- Found soccer (251 points, 46 comments)
- Scottish Football Episode 327: The new Andy Robertson (226 points, 20 comments)
- A Summer of Sweet Little Lies (224 points, 48 comments)
- I thought Waghorn left last season... (224 points, 17 comments)
- Motherwell certainly had their tactics sorted last night... (205 points, 46 comments)
- Steven Gerrard’s mind games are getting out of hand. Not giving Europa teams anything to work from (173 points, 21 comments)
- Peaked at the moon landing picture (Redux) (159 points, 12 comments)
- 3305 points, 19 submissions: Saltire_Blue
- That’s pretty funny to be fair (482 points, 197 comments)
- Another world record (355 points, 122 comments)
- It’s Morelos to take the penalty... (280 points, 14 comments)
- Is Scottish football about to start a diplomatic incident? Let’s hope so (233 points, 77 comments)
- Livi ground staff delighted with win (223 points, 14 comments)
- New mural in place at the site of the original Hampden (190 points, 29 comments)
- [Neil Lennon drives past Ibrox] "The following Scottish football teams have won trophies since 2012: Kilmarnock, Hearts, St Mirren, Aberdeen, St Johnstone, Inverness Caley Thistle, Ross County, Hibs, Celtic That is all" (174 points, 17 comments)
- Archie Gemmill v Israel, 1981 (159 points, 20 comments)
- TIL: Andrew Watson was the first black international footballer who played and captained Scotland between 1881 - 1882 (138 points, 30 comments)
- Berlin Wall 1989 (colorised) (135 points, 16 comments)
- 3111 points, 18 submissions: Thecammyboy8
- Lazio 1-2 Celtic (318 points, 195 comments)
- Celtic 2-1 Lazio (283 points, 153 comments)
- Nice touch from Dundee (273 points, 25 comments)
- Celtic 1-2 Rangers (270 points, 492 comments)
- Nice to see the people of Hamilton enter the 21st century (248 points, 50 comments)
- Fort William 1-0 Clachnacuddin (186 points, 20 comments)
- “Relive old firm goals to get in the mood for the Edinburgh derby” - This perfectly sums up Sky’s appalling coverage of Scottish football (163 points, 34 comments)
- St Mirren fans #12PointsOfChristmas scheme raises £13244 for the renfrewshire food bank (157 points, 10 comments)
- Livingston 2-0 Celtic (154 points, 184 comments)
- Aberdeen 2-2 Rangers (138 points, 181 comments)
- 2881 points, 18 submissions: ScottishLariat
- scottishpeopletwitter meets scottishfootball (323 points, 45 comments)
- It’s a forkress (289 points, 9 comments)
- Give me Da patter, Astroturf pitches and a Compliance Officer any day rather than this shite (243 points, 96 comments)
- Shit Drawing. (220 points, 14 comments)
- A Point Well Made (200 points, 2 comments)
- Yer Da’s Favourite Number (185 points, 34 comments)
- Penalties 4-0 St Mirren (164 points, 113 comments)
- Yer Da has his say on Brendan Rodgers (155 points, 39 comments)
- Greenock Telegraph makes early season bid for “Back Page Of The Year” (151 points, 15 comments)
- Clyde Manager Danny Lennon, 50, subs himself on against a Celtic Colts team featuring a player 36 years younger than him. (145 points, 42 comments)
- 2874 points, 17 submissions: lsimp77
- It’s a good laugh, isn’t it? (298 points, 18 comments)
- Barcelona at the Nou Camp isn’t for everyone. (292 points, 19 comments)
- Happy Mario Mandžukić day, everyone! (264 points, 89 comments)
- A debate for the ages (247 points, 50 comments)
- Charlie Adam, 34 or 74? (226 points, 40 comments)
- in awe at the size of this lad. absolute unit (199 points, 23 comments)
- Not a cell phone in sight. Just people living in the moment. (180 points, 15 comments)
- I didn’t find it funny (156 points, 1 comment)
- I see yer da has been watching Si Ferry’s interviews. (154 points, 14 comments)
- Rangers 1-0 Celtic (150 points, 308 comments)
- 2784 points, 25 submissions: GlaswegianLad
- The Lord Clarke sent his Son down to Earth to bring the people salvation (275 points, 23 comments)
- Fort William 5-2 Nairn County (North of Scotland Cup) (189 points, 37 comments)
- Kilmarnock 2-1 Rangers (Jones '66) (161 points, 57 comments)
- Celtic 3-0 Kalju - Leigh Griffiths free-kick 45'+3' (139 points, 43 comments)
- Auchinleck Talbot 1-0 Ayr United (136 points, 55 comments)
- Confirmed European fixtures for Scottish teams in 2nd Qualifying Rounds. (131 points, 59 comments)
- Scotland 1-0 Cyprus: Robertson (122 points, 32 comments)
- Hearts 1-0 Celtic (119 points, 309 comments)
- Hibernian 2-0 Celtic (115 points, 98 comments)
- Battle of the Bottle - 2018 [Colourised] (114 points, 0 comments)
- 1849 points, 11 submissions: mac240903
- Next level tactics (397 points, 7 comments)
- Robertson's Instagram story 🏴 (306 points, 51 comments)
- Aberdeen with a mattress at the game, do stewards naw exist ? (191 points, 33 comments)
- For those who ask what the Kilmarnock groundsman actually does (181 points, 30 comments)
- No surrender (174 points, 26 comments)
- Is it summer ? (133 points, 3 comments)
- 😂 (117 points, 21 comments)
- This referee doesn't get enough credit (94 points, 4 comments)
- Hearts sign Ryotaro Moshino on a loan from Manchester city. (Should've signed an iron for those shorts aswell) (88 points, 7 comments)
- Wit ? (87 points, 14 comments)
- 1842 points, 15 submissions: Calluummmmm
- Rangers 0-1 Celtic (266 points, 422 comments)
- The president of Albania wishing Greg Taylor a happy birthday 🇦🇱 🤝 🇮🇪 (169 points, 19 comments)
- Regrets? No...it's a good laugh (163 points, 26 comments)
- Dundee release Kerr Waddell via Twitter (146 points, 21 comments)
- My uncle gave me these today, thought I’d share them here (129 points, 22 comments)
- The Hibs 2020 calendar features Glenn Middleton on the front (118 points, 18 comments)
- The Greenock Telegraphs thoughts on the Falkirk score (108 points, 17 comments)
- Currently 11 points between bottom place and a playoff place in the championship (106 points, 24 comments)
- Falkirk part ways with Ray McKinnon (102 points, 51 comments)
- A View From The Terrace will return with 20 episodes for the 19/20 season (101 points, 27 comments)
- 1745 points, 13 submissions: leeconway92
- Watford DJ plays 'Just Can't Get Enough' after they beat Leicester 2-1 (273 points, 29 comments)
- Celtic 7 - 0 St. Johnstone (202 points, 129 comments)
- “Being gay or bisexual shouldn’t matter in football. As soon as you put that strip on, you’re one of us – no matter who you are." - Scott Brown speaks out on homophobia in football and says he'd love a player to be comfortable enough to come out at Celtic (184 points, 150 comments)
- Kilmarnock have made an unbelievable appointment according to Google (178 points, 22 comments)
- Celtic are the 2018/19 Scottish Premiership Champions (149 points, 102 comments)
- Leicester were willing to wait until the end of the season for Rodgers and he left John Kennedy to break the news to the team (137 points, 117 comments)
- Hibs 2 - 5 Celtic (111 points, 132 comments)
- Virgil van Dijk reacts to video messages from Scott Brown and Neil Lennon, also discusses his time at Celtic (94 points, 15 comments)
- Celtic announce the signing of Patryk Klimala... on TikTok (92 points, 88 comments)
- Oli Burke defends Scottish football, claims some Celtic players are better quality than the ones he has played with in English Premier League and Bundesliga (92 points, 76 comments)
- 1722 points, 8 submissions: buckfast1994
- Lazio fans walking down Buchanan Street doing the Nazi Salute and singing Avanti Ragazzi (363 points, 124 comments)
- Chief football writer for the NY Times summing up Ajax’s win tonight. I personally hope they go on to lift the cup. (360 points, 61 comments)
- Scottish Football. (257 points, 74 comments)
- That game is the most Scottish thing I have ever seen. (195 points, 78 comments)
- Can you believe 5 years ago Iceland were playing left back for Queens Park in front of 150 people? Now look at them. (163 points, 18 comments)
- Celtic’s display tonight about Champions League and the farcical qualification procedure. Spot on. (157 points, 56 comments)
- The “Champions” League teams that have automatically qualified. What a shambles. A tournament now designed so the big team continually do well. Tottenham haven’t won a league in 50 year & qualify automatically. (132 points, 98 comments)
- I often jump on Ask an American. Safe to say our transatlantic cousins are staunch. (95 points, 27 comments)
- 1601 points, 16 submissions: Kanesy99
- Someone's Da figured out how to use photoshop to make this masterpiece (147 points, 22 comments)
- Rangers 5-0 Aberdeen (143 points, 196 comments)
- Steven Gerrard with an interesting quote at Rangers' press conference today (135 points, 34 comments)
- Umar Sadiq with a very classy response to someone on Instagram (114 points, 35 comments)
- Scummy journalists pictured standing on top of items placed on the Ricksen memorial outside Ibrox (107 points, 50 comments)
- Rangers coach and former manager Graeme Murty making a young boy called Nathan's day by visiting him in Hospital (106 points, 26 comments)
- Kris Boyd's celebration after scoring against Aberdeen (105 points, 32 comments)
- Interesting headline choice for Aberdeen's win (103 points, 8 comments)
- Bah Gawd it's Super Ally! (88 points, 17 comments)
- Oliver Burke with a contender for dive of the season (86 points, 122 comments)
- 1574 points, 10 submissions: Niall26
- Match Thread: Hibs vs Hearts (570 points, 41 comments)
- 👏🏼 (195 points, 113 comments)
- Cadbury’s new Staunch range. (175 points, 38 comments)
- Sevco 🤣 (108 points, 69 comments)
- We welcome the chase. (103 points, 34 comments)
- In theory, would it be possible to arrange a ScottishFootball boxing match? (93 points, 56 comments)
- Interesting article in Motherwell’s match programme. (93 points, 20 comments)
- A true classic, relevant in these trying times. (89 points, 9 comments)
- I’d like to apologise to Kris Boyd (75 points, 19 comments)
- Kilmarnock 0-1 Celtic (73 points, 163 comments)
- 1338 points, 10 submissions: AIC1888
- Class Act (287 points, 79 comments)
- Worldwide (239 points, 18 comments)
- UEFA slammed for forcing Celtic into Champions League qualifiers as Ajax legend fights Hoops’ corner (136 points, 111 comments)
- Never forget (125 points, 23 comments)
- Interesting wee stat (112 points, 98 comments)
- Tannadice Derby heading for sell out as Dundee Utd fans buy over 10,000 tickets (100 points, 56 comments)
- Celtic statement on Fernando Ricksen’s passing (89 points, 15 comments)
- Scott is here for the 10 (87 points, 76 comments)
- The Death of Benito Mussolini c.1945 (Colourised) (86 points, 38 comments)
- FK Sarajevo fans tonight (77 points, 19 comments)
- 1283 points, 10 submissions: Kolo_ToureHH
- Rosenborg are already preparing for the game in August. (229 points, 16 comments)
- For the first time since August 2000 four Scottish clubs have all won their respective matches in European Competition (175 points, 60 comments)
- This tweet has accurately summed up a lot of Celtic fans today (159 points, 17 comments)
- Celtic 2-0 St. Johnstone - Scott Brown 9’ (148 points, 52 comments)
- Celtic delighted to sign Christopher Jullien on a four-year deal (111 points, 116 comments)
- Leigh Griffiths to return to training (101 points, 40 comments)
- Timetable for BT Sport’s all day coverage of the League Cup final (96 points, 55 comments)
- Looks like Steve Clarke has moved national team preparations to the Oriam (90 points, 53 comments)
- MCLEISH OUT THREAD. (90 points, 66 comments)
- Old Firm hype allows SFA to hide sorry tale of grim football governance | Ewan Murray | Football (84 points, 44 comments)
- 1239 points, 7 submissions: CelticFootballClub
- Outstanding live reporting from Stirling Albion yesterday (261 points, 7 comments)
- Daily Record forgetting to log into their alts before stirring the pot on their own Facebook post (245 points, 34 comments)
- Near, far, wherever you are (164 points, 14 comments)
- Berwick keeping their sense of humour today during 7-1 defeat to Queens Park (162 points, 7 comments)
- Fort William leading at half time, match gets abandoned (162 points, 31 comments)
- Funny exchange between Livingston and Rangers SLO (134 points, 28 comments)
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Where Are They Now? 27 Feb 2011, Arsenal v Birmingham City League Cup Final
Ben Foster - WATFORD
Voted Man of the Match in the final, he went out on loan to West Bromwich Albion, moved there permanently and spent 6 years at The Hawthorns before moving to Vicarage Road where he is still first choice keeper.
Stephen Carr - RETIRED, last seen RUNNING A BAR IN SPAIN
Two years after winning the cup, Carr retired following a knee injury. He moved to Spain and opened a chain of bars under the name of Sala Group.
Roger Johnson - UNATTACHED, last seen at BROMLEY
From what I can work out, Roger Johnson isn't retired, but at 36 years old and with no club, he might be casting an eye towards coaching. After being relegated with Blues he went to Wolverhampton Wanderers where he had a very unhappy spell, and was relegated twice more. He was shipped out on loan to Sheffield Wednesday and West Ham, before joining Charlton Athletic for half a season. He then made a surprising move to Pune City in India, before returning to Charlton after a couple of months, and eventually ending up playing two seasons at Bromley in the National League.
Martin Jiranek - UNATTACHED, last seen at DUKLA PRAGUE
Another one for the "never really announced retirement" basket, but at the age of 40, and no club for 2 years, Jiranek has probably all but retired. Birmingham City was Jiranek's only foray into English football, moving to Russia at the end of that cup-winning/relegation season to play for Terek Grozny (who are now called Akhmat Grozny). After a couple of seasons there he went to Tom Tomsk for a few years, before moving back to his native Czechia to play for Pribram and Dukla Prague, whom he left in 2018.
Liam Ridgewell - RETIRED, last seen at SOUTHEND UNITED
After leaving Blues for West Brom for a couple of seasons, Ridgewell went on to have a successful stint in the US with Portland Timbers. Apart from a couple of loan spells with Wigan and Brighton, he spent 5 years with the Timbers, winning the MLS Cup in 2015, and getting to the final again in 2018. Following this cup defeat, he returned to England to play for Hull for a couple of months, before a disastrous spell with Southend at the start of this season, where he played one game, was at fault for two opposition goals, was hauled off after 52 minutes and then released in the January transfer window. He officially retired on 16 Feb this year. (Thanks samgoody2303)
Sebastian Larsson - AIK
Immediately after relegation, Larsson joined Sunderland where he had 6 successful seasons, turning out 176 times in the league for the Black Cats. In 2017 he had a season at Hull, playing most games, and in 2018 he joined Swedish team AIK, where he is vice captain and turns out regularly. He picked up 9 international caps for Sweden in 2019, scoring 2 goals in their Euro 2020 qualifier against Malta at the age of 34.
Barry Ferguson - KELTY HEARTS (manager)
Barry Ferguson, like many, left Birmingham after relegation and had three years turning out for Blackpool, and was caretaker manager for the second half of the 2013/14 season after Paul Ince was sacked, and just about kept Blackpool in the Championship. He was then appointed Clyde manager, and made one playing appearance for the Scottish League Two club, enjoying two successful seasons but resigning after struggling in his third. Scottish Lowland club Kelty Hearts appointed Ferguson the season after, where he is still in charge.
Keith Fahey - BLUEBELL UNITED (U13 coach)
Keith stuck with the Blues for three more years after the Cup win, before returning to St. Patrick's Athletic in Ireland, from where Birmingham had bought him six years previously. After one season with St. Pat's he moved to Shamrock Rovers where he made 12 appearances but retired at the age of 32 having failed to recover from knee surgery. He went to Bluebell United a few years later, a club he had briefly been with before, back in 2003, playing a few games before twisting his knee again in 2017 and retiring for good. He returned to Bluebell as a coach to train the U13s team at the Dublin club.
Craig Gardner - BIRMINGHAM CITY
The only member of either Cup Final team who is still with their club, but he didn't hang around. He followed Seb Larsson to Sunderland, moved to West Bromwich Albion after 3 years, and another 3 years later, moved back to Birmingham City, initially on loan, and then permanently, where he still plays. Not many appearances this season but he's still on the books.
Lee Bowyer - CHARLTON ATHLETIC (manager)
Lee Bowyer spent one year at Ipswich Town following relegation, but retired from playing after one season. After a few years out of the game he returned to his first club, Charlton, initially as a coach, then as an Assistant Manager to Karl Robinson, before becoming manager proper in 2018, where he still is today (despite reports to the contrary at the start of this season)
Nikola Zigic - SERBIA NATIONAL TEAM (coach)
One of the goalscorers in the final, Zigic stayed with Birmingham until 2014, where he left, but failed to find another club, so re-joined Birmingham at the end of that year. The following summer he left the club again and retired. Zigic was brought in to the Serbia National Team in 2019, as an assistant manager to Mladen Krstajic, but Krstajic was sacked later that year and replaced with Ljubisa Tumbakovic, who brought in his own Assistant Manager, so Zigic was relegated to simply "Coach", but that is where you can find him today.
Maik Taylor - WALSALL (GK coach)
Taylor was one of Blues' longest-serving players, having been at the club since 2003, and was 39 at the time of the final. He was not offered a new contract at the end of 2011 and went to Leeds, where he made no appearances, before heading out to Millwall and playing a handful of games before retiring from playing. He was the goalkeeping coach for the Northern Ireland national team for a number of years, briefly became GK coach at Bradford City, and then moved on to Walsall last year, again as a goalkeeping coach.
David Murphy - RETIRED
David Murphy stayed with Blues for 3 years but retired in 2014 at the age of 29, owing to a persistant knee injury. He briefly joined Middlesbrough as a scout, and then the Loan Player Liaison Officer, but recently left that position and is concentrating on "business interests".
Stuart Parnaby - SPENNYMOOR TOWN (coach)
Parnaby stayed with Blues for one season before heading up to the North East to play for Middlesbrough, and then Hartlepool, before retiring in 2015. In 2018 he returned to Hartlepool to be their "Pre-Habilitation And Conditioning Coach", before going on to join York City as a coach, and then joining the Spennymoor Town management team earlier this year.
Jean Beausejour - UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE
After one more year at Blues, Beausejour joined Wigan for a couple of years, playing in the World Cup 2014 for his native Chile. Following the World Cup, he returned to Chile where he played for two years at Colo-Colo, where he won the Chilean league. In 2016 he moved to boyhood club Universidad de Chile, where he still occasionally turns out at the age of 35.
Kevin Phillips - RETIRED, last seen at STOKE CITY
Phillips moved to Blackpool for a couple of years, spent a season at Crystal Palace and then joined Leicester City, where he won the Championship title, and then retired from playing. He stayed with the Foxes as the assistant first team coach in their first Premier League season, before moving to be the assistant to Paul Clement at Derby, and then assistant to Gary Rowett at Stoke, but he left Stoke in 2019.
Cameron Jerome - GOZTEPE
Another who left Blues straight after relegation, Jerome went to Stoke for a few years, spending one of the years on loan at Crystal Palace. He then spent four years at Norwich City, helping the Canaries win the Play-offs in his first season to gain promotion to the Premier League. After Norwich, he had a short spell at Derby before leaving for Turkish club Goztepe.
Obafemi Martins - UNATTACHED, last seen at SHANGHAI SHENHUA
The man who scored the winning goal in the Cup Final was only ever on loan to Blues, so returned to Rubin Kazan at the end of the season. One season later he went to Levante, then moved to Seattle Soudnders after one season in Spain. He spent 3 seasons in Seattle. In 2014 he scored 17 goals for the club, which is still the Sounders record for most goals in one season. In 2016 he moved to Shanghai Shenhua, but was not retained in 2018. Martins says he is looking for a new club, at the age of 35.
Manager: Alex McLeish - UNATTACHED, last seen at SCOTLAND NATIONAL TEAM
McLeish's managerial career went a bit weird after leaving Blues for rivals Aston Villa, and he only hung around for a year before going to Nottingham Forest, where he left after 7 games. He then went to manage Genk in Belgium for a season, then Zamalek in Egypt for 10 games, before re-emerging two years later to take over as Scotland boss. He was sacked as Scotland boss last year.
Wojciech Szczesny - JUVENTUS
Szczesny was only 20 at the time of final, so had plenty of career ahead of him, and indeed is yet to break into his 30s. After going to Roma on loan for a couple of seasons, he joined Juventus in 2017 for 12.2m euros, where he is their first choice keeper.
Bacary Sagna - UNATTACHED, last seen at MONTREAL IMPACT
Sagna stayed at Arsenal for three years before leaving for Manchester City, where he continued to play for 4 years. In 2018, he moved to Benevento to try and retain their Serie A place, but left at the end of the season to spend a year at Montreal Impact. He left in 2019 and is currently unattached at the age of 36.
Johan Djourou - SION
Djourou's stay in England ended with Arsenal, as he went to Hannover 96 on loan, then Hamburger, where he joined permanently in 2014. In 2017 he moved to Antalyaspor in Turkey, before joining SPAL in Italy for 2 years, where he hardly played, and transferred to Sion in Switzerland this January, where he has made 2 league appearances.
Laurent Koscielny - BORDEAUX
Koscielny ended up becoming a stalwart at the Emirates, clocking up over 200 appearances for Arsenal, and 51 caps for France. After 9 years with Arsenal, he joined Bordeaux in 2019 where he still turns out at the age of 34.
Gael Clichy - ISTANBUL BASAKSEHIR
Clichy left Arsenal at the end of that season, moving to Manchester City for a six-season stint. In 2017, he moved to Turkish side Istanbul Basaksehir, where he plays along side Demba Ba, Martin Skrtel, and Robinho.
Alex Song - SION
After moving to Barcelona in 2012 for £15m, Song stayed with the Catalan club for four seasons, but two of those were spent on loan with West Ham. He then joined Rubin Kazan for two seasons in 2016, and then joined Sion in 2018 where he remains today, but has only made a few appearances.
Jack Wilshere - WEST HAM
Wilshire's loan move to Bournemouth was four years ago now, following that season he returned to Arsenal but left in 2018 on the expiry of his contract, and then joined West Ham.
Samir Nasri - ANDERLECHT
Until recently, Nasri always played with a former Arsenal teammate - he joined Clichy in going to Man City in 2011 for six years (one season of which was on loan at Sevilla) before leaving to go to Turkey. Nasri teamed up with Djourou at Antalyaspor before joining Wilshere at West Ham in 2019, but only made a handful of appearances before joining Anderlecht where he is currently vice captain.
Tomas Rosicky - SPARTA PRAGUE (sport director)
In 2016, Rosicky re-joined boyhood club Sparta Prague where he played for one season before retiring and joining the backroom staff. He began as the assistant to Zdenek Scasny, the Sport Director, but when Scasny become Sparta Prague manager in 2018, Rosicky took his place as Sport Director.
Andrey Arshavin - RETIRED, last seen RIDING OUT OF A STRIP CLUB ON HORSEBACK
After a few years at Arsenal, Arshavin went back to Zenit, where they'd got him from, initially on loan and then permanently in 2013. He went to Kuban Krasnodar for a season before spending his last two years with Kazakh side Kairat, where he was actually at his most prolific, scoring 24 times in 84 league games, before retiring in 2018. He was seen at Christmas 2018 exiting a strip club on a horse.
Robin van Persie - RETIRED
van Persie famously went on to swap Arsenal for Manchester United in 2012, before leaving for Fenerbahce in 2015, then returning to the Netherlands for one season in 2018 with Feyenoord, scoring in their KNVB Cup Final win. He retired in 2019 and can currently be seen doing punditry work for BT Sport.
Manuel Almunia - AL JAZIRA (GK coach)
Almunia was loaned out to West Ham the year after the final, and then sold to Watford in 2012 where he was first-choice goalkeeper for two seasons. In 2014 he signed for Cagliari but a medical picked up a rare heart condition, and he was advised to retire. He is now the goalkeeping coach of Al Jazira, a top-flight UAE team based in Abu Dhabi.
Sebastien Squillaci - RETIRED
Squillaci made just 23 league appearances for Arsenal in his three years there, and in 2013 he was shipped out to Bastia in the French league. He played there until 2017 when he retired aged 37.
Emmanuel Eboue - RETIRED, possibly at GALATASARAY (U14 coach)
Having left the Gunners for Galatasaray in 2011, Eboue spent five years in Turkey before signing for Sunderland in 2016. Just three weeks after signing for the club, he was banned from all football for one year, for failing to pay a former agent. He was released by Sunderland a few weeks later. In 2017, he trained with Hungarian side Ferencvaros but couldn't agree a contract, but did agree to join Turk Ocagi Limasol, a team in the Northern Cyprus League, but they discovered issues with his blood in a medical, and the club cancelled the move. He was offered the job of Galatasaray U14s coach after struggling financially, but it is unclear if he is still there, if indeed he accepted the offer at all.
Kieran Gibbs - WEST BROMWICH ALBION
Gibbs left Arsenal in 2017 after 13 years with the club, and joined West Bromwich Albion where he still plays today, but has not featured much this season.
Denilson - UNATTACHED, last seen at BOTAFOGO
The year after the final, Denilson was loaned back to Sao Paolo, from where Arsenal had bought him, and then he went back to Brazil on a permanent deal. In 2015, he joined Abu Dhabi side Al-Wahda before being loaned back to Brazil to make a handful of appearances for Cruzeiro. In 2017 he had knee surgery and left Al-Wahda, and after two years without a club he signed for Botafogo, but made only one appearance. He is currently without a club at the age of 31.
Marouane Chamakh - RETIRED
Chamakh was loaned to West Ham for a short period before signing for Crystal Palace in 2016. After 3 years at Palace he joined Cardiff City where he made just 2 appearances before leaving. Almost three years later, he officially announced his retirement aged 35, having been unable to find a club in that period.
Manager: Arsene Wenger - RETIRED?
Wenger would stay with Arsenal a further 7 years, winning 3 FA Cups and 3 Community Shields before leaving in 2018. Has he retired? His name gets banded about for managerial vacancies now and again and he hasn't confirmed one way or the other. Either way, he's not rocked up in a dugout anywhere yet.