Peter Dougall joined Arsenal in September 1933 after a successful trial and turned professional one month later.
The skilful inside forward impressed at previous club Southampton but fell out of favour under new management and joined French side Sète.
|Arsenal Career||1933 - 1937|
|Appearances||23 (23 starts, 0 as a sub)|
His time on the continent was short-lived, however, and Dougall soon made the move to Highbury.
But he was never a first-team regular in just under four years at Highbury, playing 23 times and scoring five goals.
He played alongside the man he was once likened to as a rising star at Southampton, Alex James, but was never able to scale the same heights.
Injury cost Dougall the entire 1936/37 season and he joined Everton at the end of the campaign. He later played for Bury.