Every Arsenal captain from the Premier League era ranked from worst to best

Arsenal have had some great captains but also, some were not-so-great. So, here is every Arsenal captain from the Premier League era ranked from worst to best.

Chelsea v Arsenal - UEFA Europa League Final
Chelsea v Arsenal - UEFA Europa League Final / Michael Regan/GettyImages
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6. Martin Odegaard

As the current Arsenal captain, to come this high in the list is a testament to the impact Martin Odegaard has already had. When Martin Odegaard was appointed as the captain, a section of Arsenal fans were quick to question his leadership skills at a young age.

However, the skipper soon put those doubts to bed as he demonstrated a clear leading-by-example style. Martin Odegaard can be seen everywhere on the pitch and his teammates can trust him to carry an attacking charge and notice things any untrained eye would overlook.

Hopefully, Arsenal have bright years ahead with Martin Odegaard as their skiper.

5. Cesc Fabregas

Deserves an honourable mention for being Arsenal's second youngest captain in history. In truth, when thinking about the best young Arsenal players in history, it's the Spanish maestro who pops up first, every time.

Cesc Fabregas had a successful tenure as Gunners skipper, routinely being the best player on the pitch when he played. Although he didn't deliver any silverware, he was a worthy captain and goes down as one of the greatest Arsenal midfielders of all-time (if you ignore his decisions later in his career, that is).

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