Versatile midfielder David Cork played for Arsenal in the top flight during the 1983/84 campaign.
A former apprentice at Highbury, he turned professional in June 1980 and made his league debut in Arsenal's 3-1 victory at home to Watford in December 1983.
|Arsenal Career||1978 - 1985|
|Appearances||8 (6 starts, 2 as a sub)|
Cork scored once in seven First Division games and also helped the Gunners win the Football Combination in 1983/84.
Moving to Huddersfield Town in July 1985, he reunited with Mick Buxton at Scunthorpe in February 1989, then helped Darlington win promotion and played for Boston United and Worksop. (With thanks to Leigh Edwards)