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.
|Arsenal Career||1998 - 2006|
|Appearances||5 (5 starts, 0 as a sub)|
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.