Graham Stack
Graham Stack

Graham Stack

Graham Stack rose through the youth ranks at London Colney but featured only in the League Cup before his departure.

Like many of the Club's rising stars - including Cesc Fabregas - the goalkeeper made his debut in a 1-1 Carling Cup draw against Rotherham, which Arsenal won on penalties. Stack was the hero in the shoot-out, making a vital save and converting a spot kick of his own.


Name Graham Stack
Arsenal Career 1998 - 2006
Position: Goalkeeper
Appearances 5 (5 starts, 0 as a sub)
Goals 0

Stack featured in all five of Arsenal’s Carling Cup matches in the 2003/04 campaign as Arsene Wenger's side reached the semi-finals before bowing out against Middlesbrough.

Having enjoyed a season-long loan at Beveren the season prior, Stack was loaned to Millwall for the 2004/05 campaign. Upon his return he joined Reading on a similar deal before making the move permanent in December 2005.

Stack later featured for Leeds (loan), Wolves twice (both loan spells), Plymouth, Blackpool (loan) and Hibernian.