015 - Bob Wilson (Arsenal) - Unspectacular but reliable custodian who has been an understudy at Highbury for most of his service. Previously on the books of Wolves as an amateur he made his Arsenal bow as such, professional March
005 - Eddie Kelly (Arsenal) - This Scottish midfield player made his League bow during the season coming to Highbury from Possilpark YMCA. He had turned professional in February 1968 at 17 and has since won honours too.
004 - Eddie Kelly (Arsenal) - One of several Scottish players from Possilpark YMCA (Glasgow) with the club. Industrious midfield man who came to the club as an amateur in August turning professional at 17 in February Début in Ht Wt.
015 - Bob Wilson (Arsenal) - One-time Wolves amateur goalkeeper who had a spell in similar status with the club before signing professionally in March Recovered from a broken arm during to regain the place he consolidated in Ht.
004 - Eddie Kelly (Arsenal) - Introduced into the League side in he won Scottish honours last term. Scheming midfield Scot and a product of Possilpark YMCA he later turned professional in February 1968 when he was after a period on amateur forms.
015 - Bob Wilson (Arsenal) - First joined the club as an amateur in March 1963 after a spell on Wolves books. Goalkeeper who has been a professional since Became established in but broke an arm in Has 2 Scottish caps.
002 - Charlie George (Arsenal) - An ankle injury in the opening match kept him out of the early season games but he returned and scored the winning F.A. Cup Final goal. Islington Schools product and a professional since February 1968. League debut August 1969 v Everton. Ht 5ft. 10in. Wt. 11.8.
015 - Bob Wilson (Arsenal) This goalkeeper joined the club as an amateur in March Had previously been on the books of Wolves. Turned to the paid ranks in March 1964 and won a regular place in Broke an arm in Over 100 appearances.
012 - Peter Simpson (Arsenal) - Also hails from East Anglia - Gorleston in Norfolk. A ground staff product he was an apprentice before joining the paid ranks proper in May Shown strength and industry as a versatile defender at Highbury.
008 - Bob McNab (Arsenal) - Fast moving full-back who enjoys linking up in attack. Signed in October 1966 from Huddersfield Town with whom he had developed as a local product. Has been unlucky with injuries since joining the Highbury club.