Every season a number of Arsenal players go out on loan to gain valuable first-team experience. With the 2012/13 campaign now underway, 14 Gunners are currently away from the Club.
Arsenal.com tracks their progress throughout the season. Our Arsenal's Loanees page offers an overview and below is the latest instalment of our Loan Watch.
Chuks Aneke Crewe 4-1 Wycombe Saturday, November 3 Chuks Aneke scored Crewe’s third goal as they came from behind to comprehensively beat Wycombe and move into the second round of the FA Cup. The midfielder was replaced eight minutes from time.
Sanchez Watt Chelmsford 3-1 Colchester Saturday, November 3 Sanchez Watt was substituted an hour into Colchester’s FA Cup defeat away at Chelmsford.
Craig Eastmond Chelmsford 3-1 Colchester Saturday, November 3 Craig Eastmond played 68 minutes as Colchester were shocked by Chelmsford in the FA Cup.
Philip Roberts Kilmarnock 1-2 Inverness CT Saturday, November 3 Philip Roberts started as Inverness moved to within three points of the top of the SPL with victory over Kilmarnock. The striker was substituted after 74 minutes.
Denilson Sao Paulo 1-1 Fluminense Sunday, November 4 Denilson played the entirety of Sao Paulo’s draw against table-toppers Fluminense.
Nicklas Bendtner Juventus 1-3 Inter Milan Saturday, November 3 Nicklas Bendtner was a half-time substitute as Juventus were beaten for the first time in 49 Serie A games, at home to Inter Milan.
Joel Campbell Monday, November 5 Getafe 2-4 Real Betis Joel Campbell started as Real Betis defeated Getafe. The striker was replaced after 57 minutes.
Ju Young Park Barcelona 3-1 Celta Vigo Saturday, November 3 Ju Young Park was brought on with 10 minutes to play in Celta Vigo’s defeat against Barcelona at the Nou Camp.
Benik Afobe Bolton 2-1 Cardiff Saturday, November 3 Benik Afobe was an unused substitute as Bolton started life under Dougie Freedman with a home victory.
Ryo Tottenham 0-1 Wigan Saturday, November 3 Ryo did not feature in Wigan’s impressive away win at White Hart Lane.
Conor Henderson Coventry 3-0 Arlesey Saturday, November 3 Conor Henderson was not involved as Coventry progressed in the FA Cup with a comfortable victory over non-league Arlesey.