Creative midfielder Mark Randall made his Arsenal debut in October 2006, aged 17.
He went on to make 13 first-team appearances for the Club, featuring twice in the Premier League after his debut against Sunderland in the 2007/08 campaign.
Mark Randall Profile
|Arsenal Career||2006 - 2011|
|Appearances||77 (61 starts, 16 as a sub)|
He also appeared in Europe under Arsene Wenger, replacing Theo Walcott as a late substitute against FC Twente in August 2008. The midfielder then made his full Champions League debut against Portuguese giants Porto in December of that year.
Randall spent the second half of the 2008/09 season with Burnley as they won promotion to the Premier League before enjoying brief spells with hometown club MK Dons and Rotherham.
He was released in summer 2011 and joined League One side Chesterfield on a permanent deal.