Danny Karbassiyoon had a fleeting glimpse of first-team football at Arsenal before his career was cruelly cut short by injury.
The American joined Arsenal in August 2003 after being spotted at a training camp in the United States. At the time he was a striker but, after arriving at Highbury, he was moved to left back.
|Arsenal Career||2002 - 2005|
|Appearances||3 (1 starts, 2 as a sub)|
Danny got his big chance in the Carling Cup at Manchester City in October 2004 and took it with aplomb, smashing home Cesc Fabregas' pass to seal a 2-1 win for a young Gunners side.
He eventually made three first-team appearances but, after a loan spell with Burnley, his career was ended by a knee injury.
Danny is still involved with football and still involved with Arsenal - he currently serves as the Club's North American scout.