UNAI EMERY spent just over a year in charge of Arsenal before being sacked in the summer of 2019.
During his time at the Emirates, the Spanish coach installed a five-man captain's group for the squad.
After taking charge of Arsenal in 2018, Emery needed a replacement for Per Mertesacker, who retired that summer.
When announcing his new skipper, Emery said: "I want leaders in the team, every player at every time to have the capacity to show leadership.
"But these are the five players who have a possibility to be the captain."
Three of the five players ended up leaving Arsenal within a year, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Hector Bellerin, Alexandre Lacazette replacing them in the captain's group.
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But here SunSport take a look at Emery's original five-man list of skippers.
Laurent Koscielny – Retired
The French defender was trusted with the armband on the pitch before leaving the club in dramatic circumstances at the end of the campaign.
Koscielny refused to go on pre-season tour in 2019, before Bordeaux announced his signing by having the defender remove an Arsenal shirt to reveal the kit of the French team.
After moving to Bordeaux he was frozen out of the first-team in January 2022, before announcing his retirement three months later.
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