The four players who crossed the North London divide ahead of tomorrow’s derby clash.
Arsenal host Tottenham Hotspur tomorrow in the first North London derby tomorrow, with the match being one of the most passionate and intense derby matches in English football.
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Few players have crossed such a bitter dive in recent years, with just four players having turned out for both clubs during the Premier League era. This is the quartet:
A product of the youth system at Arsenal, winger David Bentley only really made his name when he moved on to Blackburn Rovers and became one of England’s brightest young players under Mark Hughes. A big money move to Spurs did little for his career, however – but Bentley’s finest moment did come in a North London derby, when his stunning forty yard volley looped over Manuel Amunia at the Emirates Stadium. He tried to refind former glories after leaving White Hart Lane but retired earlier this year.