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 Saturday, October 6 Crewe 2-1 Hartlepool Chuks Aneke scored as Crewe beat Hartlepool. The midfielder netted on the stroke of half time, curling a right-footed effort into the top corner from 20 yards.
Denilson Saturday, October 6 Sao Paulo 3-0 Palmeiras Denilson scored a spectacular goal as Sao Paulo comfortably beat Palmeiras. The midfielder volleyed in from 35 yards just before the break.
Sanchez Watt Saturday, October 6 Yeovil 3-1 Colchester Sanchez Watt started Colchester’s defeat to Yeovil. He was substituted after 80 minutes.
Craig Eastmond Saturday, October 6 Yeovil 3-1 Colchester Craig Eastmond played the full 90 minutes as Colchester lost for the first time in three games, away to Yeovil.
Philip Roberts Friday, October 5 Inverness CT 3-1 Ross County Philip Roberts started as Inverness beat Ross County on Friday night. Roberts was replaced with five minutes to play.
Ju Young Park Friday, October 5 Celta Vigo 2-0 Sevilla Ju Young Park started as Celta Vigo triumphed over Sevilla. The attacker was substituted after 58 minutes.
Wellington Saturday, October 6 Ponferradina 3-1 Sabadell Wellington came on as a second-half substitute in Ponferradina’s victory over Sabadell. The forward replaced Ander Lafuente in the 61st minute.
Benik Afobe Saturday, October 6 Millwall 2-1 Bolton Benik Afobe was introduced as a second-half substitute as Bolton lost to Millwall. Afobe replaced David Ngog after 70 minutes.
Daniel Boateng Saturday, October 6 Oxford 0-0 GIllingham Daniel Boateng was introduced as a 42nd-minute substitute as Oxford held league leaders Gillingham to a goalless draw at Kassam Stadium.
Ryo Saturday, October 6 Wigan 2-2 Everton Ryo was an unused substitute in Wigan’s draw with Everton.
Nicklas Bendtner Sunday, October 7 Siena 1-2 Juventus Nicklas Bendtner was an unused substitute as Juventus left it late to beat bottom side Siena. Claudio Marchisio scored the winner just five minutes from time.