Outside right Freddie Cox scored valuable goals in Arsenal's 1950 and 1952 FA Cup semi-final triumphs.
He played for Spurs either side of the Second World War and served as a Flight Lieutenant in the RAF.
|Arsenal Career||1949 - 1953|
|Appearances||94 (94 starts, 0 as a sub)|
Moving to Arsenal for £12,000 in September 1949, Cox was an FA Cup winner in 1950 and a finalist in 1952, scoring nine times in 79 First Division games for the Gunners prior to joining West Brom as player-coach in July 1953.
He became Bournemouth's manager in April 1956, then managed Portsmouth, Gillingham and Bournemouth again and was a newsagent in Bournemouth until his death in August 1973. (With thanks to Leigh Edwards)