Donald Cock

Donald Cock's Arsenal career was short.

A centre forward and younger brother of former England international Jack Cock, Donald joined the Gunners from Notts County in March 1925.

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Name Donald Cock
Arsenal Career 1925 - 1925
Position: Striker
Appearances 3 (3 starts, 0 as a sub)
Goals 0

Cock had impressed with the Division Two side after a prolific spell in west London with Fulham and persuaded Leslie Knighton to part with £4,000 for his services.

But the striker's Highbury tenure ended in unfortunate circumstances. After making his debut against Bolton, Cock broke his leg in only his second game for the Club.

When he returned, Arsenal had Herbert Chapman at the helm and Cock played only once more before being sold to Clapton Orient for £1,500 in October 1925.

He later played for Wolverhampton Wanderers.