Roger Davidson
Roger Davidson

Roger Davidson

Ex-England Schoolboy midfielder Roger Davidson helped Arsenal win the Football Combination title in 1968/69.

Locally born, he signed professional at Highbury in October 1965 and his solitary First Division appearance for Arsenal was as substitute in the 2-0 defeat at home to Wolves in March 1968.


Name Roger Davidson
Arsenal Career 1964 - 1969
Position: Midfielder
Appearances 1 (0 starts, 1 as a sub)
Goals 0

He played in that season's Football Combination Cup Final success and moved to Portsmouth in June 1969.

Joining Fulham in August 1970, he was a member of their 1970/71 promotion-winning squad and later played for Lincoln City and Aldershot After football he remained in contact with friend Charlie George. 

(With thanks to Leigh Edwards)