The Finnish football association must be seething that Carl Jenkinson has ditched them.
When he was struggling to make the English national youth sides, he was pro-Finland.
Now that he's a good topflight right-back, he's English again.
It remains to be seen whether or not he'll grow into an elite player like Neven Subotić, who Americans still wish had stayed with Team USA.
Jenkinson was one of the worst players I saw last season and I said he'd never make it. Looks like I'm more wrong than right.
His 2.6 tackles per league game with no yellow cards indicate that he's in control.
The most surprising element of his game is his positioning. Last season, he was generally out of position. This season, Jenkinson marks his opposing player tightly, which is why the 20-year-old's tackling has been clean thus far.
In a way, his drastic improvement is like Cristian Molinaro being a running joke at Juventus, only to become one of the best Bundesliga full-backs during his first season for Stuttgart.
Jenkinson shouldn't be a backup because he has shown enough potential to be a starting Premier League right-back.
Given the Gunners' abysmal track record with injury prevention, he'll probably be thrown back into the deep end. Because there's no way that Bacary Sagna has recovered that swiftly after two breaks in the same leg.