Defender Sol Campbell played in all but three matches during Arsenal's unbeaten season.
After leaving Arsenal, Campbell had three successful years with Portsmouth followed by an odd one-game experience with League Two side Notts County.
He returned to Arsenal for 11 matches in 2010. Campbell then joined Newcastle United for the 2010-11 season but only made seven appearances.
Campbell officially announced his retirement from football in May 2012.
Since retirement Campbell has remained active in his charity organization Kids Go Live which allows inner city children to attend live sports events.
Campbell is currently working towards earning his coaching badges and has spent some time around the coaching staff at Arsenal's London Colney training ground.
Campbell has been very vocal regarding the problem of racism in football and has hinted he may begin his coaching career abroad.
In an interview with Sachin Nakrani of The Guardian, Campbell said,
I want to start abroad, there are no opportunities for me here, not until attitudes change anyway. Everyone has to ask themselves why there are not more black managers in this country and why the likes of Brian Dean have to go abroad to get a chance. I've spoken to other black players who want to coach and they feel the same, that attitudes here are archaic. I hope and pray the environment changes.
Campbell got married in 2010 to to Fiona Barratt who works as an interior designer.