Well this is pleasing.
Exactly ELEVEN of Arsenal’s Invincibles are still playing professional football.
And they still make up a pretty decent side.
The Gunners used 33 players in their 49-game unbeaten run between 2004 and 2005.
Most big names, like David Seaman and Thierry Henry, hung up their boots years ago. But there is still a full XI of Invincibles out there plying their trade.
Incredibly, one is even about to go a SECOND season unbeaten with his current team.
These legends are united by the memories of the Invincibles and remember the good old days when Arsenal used to finish higher than Spurs.
Here are the players and the full line up follows below - a classic 4-4-2, of course.
Just what Arsene would have wanted.
Current club: Southampton
Invincible appearances: 1
Current club: LA Galaxy
Invincible appearances: 35
Current club: Celtic
Invincible appearances: 47 (1)
Current club: Man City
Invincible appearances: 8 (8)
Current club: FC Cincinnati
Invincible appearances: 1 (2)
Jose Antonio Reyes
Current club: Espanyol
Invincible appearances: 14 (8)
Current club: Crystal Palace
Invincible appearances: 0 (5)
Current club: Chelsea
Invincible appearances: 6 (2)
Current club: Bury
Invincible appearances: 2 (5)
Robin van Persie
Current club: Fenerbahce
Invincible appearances: 0 (3)
Current club: Lorient
Invincible appearances: 3 (7)
How they line up
Wenger may be flirting with 3-5-2, but he has been going steady with 4-4-2 for years.
Clichy is used as an emergency centre-back, but Pep Guardiola has deployed him in the middle of a three this season, so it is not too alien a position for him.
Stuart Taylor is likely to get a nose bleed actually playing in a goal after a life time spent on the bench.
At least Mathieu Flamini will be know where to find the home dressing room, being the player to have most recently played for the team.
And Gooners finally get the chance to see Robin van Persie, Cesc Fabregas and Ashley Cole back in their team's colours.
So there we have it. Now go about your business.