Ex-Arsenal goalkeeper Graham Stack comes out of retirement aged 40 to play for SEVENTH TIER side Chesham United

EX-ARSENAL goalkeeper Graham Stack has come out of retirement to play for SEVENTH TIER side Chesham United.

The 40-year-old will step in for Chesham's No1 goalie, who is unavailable to play.

Stack will be hoping to put in a strong showing and keep a clean sheet against Poole with play due to get underway at 3pm on Saturday.

Stack, who is Watford's Head of Academy Goalkeeping, said on Twitter: "So today I’m coming out of retirement!

"The Chesham GK is unavailable to play so I will be deputising in his absence.

"Should be a lovely day! Up the Generals!"

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Stack only made five appearances for Arsenal during his time in North London.

But he witnessed greatness first hand in the early 2000s as Arsene Wenger's men made history and went a whole league campaign unbeaten.

He played back-up to first-team Invincible Jens Lehmann.

Stack enjoyed more success in England's lower leagues.

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The shot stopper played for the likes of Wolves, Leeds, Millwall and Reading.

Stack made his most appearances for a single club at Barnet, where he played 129 times.

He impressively picked up ten yellow cards during his time at the Bees.

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