Date of birth
Graham Stack began his career at Arsenal aged 18. He signed a professional contract two years later, but only managed five league cup appearances in six years.
Many of those years were spent out on loan to various clubs, including a Belgium club called Beveren. It was in December 2002 when playing a match for the Belgium side when Stack was physically attacked by a group of fans, although he managed to escape unharmed.
After spending two seasons on loan, he then joined Reading permanently on a two-and-a-half year contract. He was kept on the bench for the majority of his time, being third choice behind Marcus Hahnemann and Adam Federici.
He did make four appearances in the League Cup and three in the FA cup, his only appearance in the Championship coming against Stoke in a 3-1 triumph at Madejski Stadium.
In October 2006, Stack went out on a three-month loan to Leeds, whose manager Dennis Wise had previously signed him for Millwall.
He didn’t stay in one place for very long however, signing on loan to Wolves in 2008 before being released by Reading and joining Plymouth Argyle later that year. However it didn’t work out at Plymouth as after only making five appearances he moved up north to play first team football for Hibernian.
There he played the majority of his football, appearing 56 times in three seasons. He suffered a thigh injury late on in his final season which forced him to miss the last five SPL games and the 2012 Scottish Cup Final.
During his time at Barnet he has appeared 74 times, and stayed with the Bees as they dropped out of League Two and into the Conference. In the 2013/14 season Stack was made captain after Edgar Davis resigned.