Saturday 25 October 2014

Where are they now? Arsenal’s 2005 FA Cup winners

Published 17/05/2014 | 15:20

Patrick Vieira lifting the FA Cup after Arsenal defeated Manchester United in the 2005 Final.
Patrick Vieira lifting the FA Cup after Arsenal defeated Manchester United in the 2005 Final.

What happened the last Arsene Wenger side to collect silverware?

An FA Cup Final victory over Manchester United was the last time the Gunners got their hands on silverware and here is a look back at the team.

Jans Lehmann – Works as a coach, speaker and football pundit.

Lauren – The Cameroon international retired four years ago.

Kolo Toure – Joined Liverpool on a free transfer last summer.

Philippe Senderos – Now playing in La Liga for Valencia

Ashley Cole – Retired from international football in the last week after being overlooked for World Cup squad. Chelsea future remains unresolved.

Cesc Fabregas – Back playing for his homeclub Barcelona.

Patrick Vieira – The captain on the day is the head of elite development at Manchester City.

Gilberto Silva – Left Atletico Mineiro last year.

Robert Pires – Retired in 2011, now a pundit.

Jose Antonio Reyes – Won Europa League with Seville this week.

Dennis Bergkamp – Assistant manager at Ajax

Used substitutes

Freddie Ljungberg – Retired in 2012

Robin van Persie – Now at Manchester United and preparing for a the World Cup Finals with Holland.

Edu – Corinthians Director of Football.

Unused substitutes

Manuel Almunia – Watford captain

Sol Campbell – Involved in charity work.

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