Reserves Week continues on with a round-up of the loan deals involving the Club's players last season. Read on to find out how Arsenal's youngsters fared away from Highbury.


David Bentley spent the whole season on loan at Norwich City. He played in 28 games and scored two goals, including a long-range effort against Newcastle. Bentley suffered medial knee ligament damage playing in the FA Cup Third Round against West Ham in January and didn't return to action until April. Norwich finished 19th in the Premiership and were relegated on the final day.


Jermaine went on loan to Birmingham City in January before a permanent move was completed in April. He played 12 games for the Blues last season as Steve Bruce's side finished in 12th place in the Premiership.


John went out on loan to Bournemouth from September to December before signing permanently for the Cherries. He made 47 appearances and scored seven goals last season, helping the South Coast side to an eighth-place finish in League One.


Stuart spent two months on loan with Championship side Leicester City from November to January. The former England Under-21 goalkeeper made 10 appearances and kept four clean sheets before returning to North London.


Frankie had two spells away from Arsenal last season. The American spent a month with Queen's Park Rangers from October to November and then headed to Bournemouth at the end of March for the rest of the campaign. He made five appearances for QPR and eight more for the Cherries alongside former team-mate John Spicer. Frankie will be released by Arsenal when his contract expires this summer.


Danny was loaned out to Ipswich from December to March. He made six appearances, his final one coming in a 2-1 win over Leicester on February 12. Danny will be released by Arsenal when his contract expires this summer.


Jordan spent two months on loan with Chesterfield from January to March. He made six appearances and was sent off in his third match. Jordan will be released by Arsenal when his contract expires this summer.


Adam spent the first three months of the season on loan with Wycombe Wanderers. He made 15 appearances and scored five goals, his final strike coming in the LDV Vans Trophy Second Round victory over Swansea in November. Adam will be released by Arsenal when his contract expires this summer.


Graham was loaned out to Millwall for the entire season. The young goalkeeper made 26 appearances, kept seven clean sheets and helped Millwall to a 10th place finish in the Championship.season.


Sebastian spent the campaign on loan with Brondby in his native Denmark. He made 21 appearances and helped Michael Laudrup's side win the Danish League and Cup double.


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14 Jun 2005