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Arsenal’s academy is one of the most revered in the country, having produced some excellent players in recent years. It has facilitated created players like Ashley Cole and Hector Bellerin who have gone on to be key members of the Arsenal’s squad.

Jeremie Aliadiere

The striker was greeted as the next Nicolas Anelka when he joined Arsenal. He was contracted in 1999 but always found chances limited in the 1st-team thanks to Thierry Henry. Aliadiere made 29 Premier League appearances but scored just once before eventually leaving for Middlesbrough in 2007 on a £2million contract.

Premier League: What happened to 5 Gunners divas who didn’t live up to the hysteria?
Premier League: What happened to 5 Gunners divas who didn’t live up to the hysteria?

He also had allow spells at Celtic, West Ham Utd and Wolves but failed to make an impact. After being released by Boro in 2010, he started training with Arsenal in a bid to get fit and find a new club. He joined Lorient on a free transfer and enjoyed the best spell of his career hitting 31 goals in 83 games.

Fran Merida

The Spaniard sketched comparisons with Cesc Fabregas after following his fellow citizen to the Gunners in 2005 from Barcelona. Big things were probable of the midfielder with Wenger describing him as ‘an absolutely amazing player’.

He unsuccessful to live up to the hype, though, and never managed to establish himself as a regular in the first-team. Merida joined Atletico Madrid in 2010 and currently plays for Osasuna.

David Bentley

Once described as David Beckham’s heir due to natural talent and confidence. He developed through the youth ranks but only made one appearance for the Gunners. Bentley did jump to fulfil his promise at Blackburn and won a handful of England caps before joining Tottenham.

Arsenal fans will mostly remember him for the 40-yard screamer he scored in the north London derby in a 2008 thriller that ended 4-4 – just a shame it was against them.

Jermaine Pennant

Arsenal expended and surprising £2m on Pennant when he was just 15 at Notts County, a best sum for a trainee. The price tag unavoidably brought expectation and the future looked promising when he netted a hat-trick on his league debut.

He did not score another goal for the club before leaving in 2005 where he went on to play for Birmingham and rebuilt his career. Premier League fans can book Arsenal Vs Norwich Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

Premier League: What happened to 5 Gunners divas who didn’t live up to the hysteria?
Premier League: What happened to 5 Gunners divas who didn’t live up to the hysteria?

He played for Liverpool and even started the 2007 Champions League final before playing out the rest of his career with Real Zaragoza, Stoke, Pune City, Wigan, Tampines Rovers, Bury and Billericay Town.

Emmanuel Frimpong

The midfielder hinged Arsenal when he was just 9 and rose up through the ranks starring in academy teams. He won 2 Premier Academy League labels and the FA Youth Cup as well as earning call-ups to the England Under-16s and 17s.

Comparisons were inevitably drawn with Alex Song due to his style of play and even followed in his footsteps by joining Charlton on loan. Frimpong’s career was beset with injury problems and left Arsenal in 2013 to join Barnsley.

He became a bit of a journeyman by joining Russian sides Ufa and Arsenal Tula as well as elsewhere in Europe with AFC Eskilstuna and Ermis Aradippou. He ended up retiring at twenty seven because of injuries.

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