Signed scholarship: Summer 2010. First-team appearances: 0. Subsequent career: QPR, Bishop’s Stortford, Welling, Billericay (loan), Canvey Island.
A midfielder of Irish descent with an impressive passing range, Webb featured for Arsenal U18s whilst still a schoolboy, but struggled to make the step up to what was then Reserve football. He was eventually let go and joined Queen’s Park Rangers, but has since dropped into non-league football and has experienced a rather nomadic career to date, most recently ending up at Canvey Island.
Signed scholarship: Summer 2005. First-team appearances: 0. Subsequent career: Galway United, Limerick (loan), Limerick.
An Irish midfielder or winger who left Arsenal midway through his scholarship deal owing to homesickness, Tracy has since carved out a respectable career for himself in his homeland. Also capable of playing at left-back on occasion, he initially moved to Galway United before joining Limerick following a successful loan spell. Now 25, he has been a permanent player for the latter club for over five years and scored six goals in 22 appearances last season.
Signed scholarship: Summer 1998. First-team appearances: 3. Subsequent career: Stoke City, Reading, Preston North End (loan), Crystal Palace (loan), Sheffield United (loan), Brentford, Aldershot Town, Wycombe Wanderers. Retired: 2012.
An Islington-born midfielder who was part of the FA Youth Cup-winning team in 2000, Halls featured for the first-team on several occasions in the League Cup, most memorably being sent-off against Manchester United. He spent time on loan at various clubs before eventually joining Stoke City permanently in 2003. He was a regular there for three years, but struggled to get much of a look in at his next club Reading before eventually reviving his career somewhat at Brentford and then Aldershot Town. Following a difficult season with Wycombe Wanderers, he announced his retirement in 2012 and now runs his own male fashion business.
Signed scholarship: Summer Summer 1997. First-team appearances: 1. Subsequent career: Torquay United, Boston United, Shrewsbury Town (loan), Notts County, Grays Athletic, Halesowen Town, Gainsborough Trinity (loan), Boston United, Spalding United.
A defender who emerged from the FA School at Lilleshall, Canoville made a solitary appearance for the Arsenal first-team, as a substitute in the League Cup defeat to Ipswich Town. He was let go in 2000, going on to make over 100 league appearances for Torquay United over a four year spell. The former England U16 international eventually descended into non-league football, and was last seen playing for Spalding United in the United Counties League Premier Division.
Signed scholarship: Summer 2006. First-team appearances: 4. Subsequent career: Dagenham & Redbridge. Trinidad & Tobago international.
The younger brother of fellow Arsenal Academy product Justin, Gavin Hoyte impressed during Arsenal’s progression to the Semi-Finals of the FA Youth Cup in 2006/07. His speed caught the eye, and he went on to make his first-team debut in the Carling Cup. Injuries to others meant that he made his Premier League debut away to Manchester City, but he endured a torrid time when faced with the threat of Robinho. Hoyte then embarked upon a series of loan spells, before joining Dagenham & Redbridge upon his release from Arsenal in 2012. Despite representing England at youth level, he recently followed in his brother’s footsteps by representing Trinidad & Tobago at senior international level.