Of the 20 players who made at least eight appearances for Arsenal's undefeated Invincibles squad of 2003-04, Pascal Cygan must rank among the least memorable.
French forward Jeremie Aliadiere (eight appearances, seven as a substitute) did have a forgettable Arsenal career, but hardcore Gooners will remember the fanfare to which Arsenal signed him as a teenager in 1999.
Cygan, a French defender who turned 30 during the 2003-04 title run, appeared in more matches (18, eight as a substitute) than more illustrious teammates like Kanu, Martin Keown, Jose Antonio Reyes and Sylvain Wiltord.
Each of those players will jog the collective Arsenal memory to varying degrees. But what of Cygan?
In his first match of the 2005-06 campaign (Arsenal's last at Highbury), Cygan scored twice in a 4-1 win over Fulham. Later that season he even—to the surprise of Gooners everywhere—made his way into the OPTA team of the week.
So, then, whatever happened to Pascal Cygan?
Cygan made 98 appearances for Arsenal from 2002-06 before being sold to Villarreal. There he joined former Arsenal teammate Robert Pires.
After three seasons with the Yellow Submarine, Cygan in 2009 joined newly promoted Cartagena in the Spanish Segunda Division.
Cygan retired from professional football in July 2011 at age 37.
During a 17-year professional career, Cygan won the French Second Division, the English Premier League, two FA Cups and two FA Community Shields.