Stanley Earle joined Arsenal as an amateur in March 1922.
The inside right spent just over two years at Highbury and made his league debut in a 2-0 defeat to Aston Villa three days after signing.
|Arsenal Career||1922 - 1924|
|Appearances||4 (4 starts, 0 as a sub)|
Earle, who won the FA Amateur Cup with previous club Clapton in 1924, played four times and scored three goals for Arsenal.
Despite a healthy goalscoring record the former England Schoolboys international struggled to make an impact in the first team and had his registration cancelled in July 1924.
He joined West Ham on a professional contract in 1924 and later played for Clapton Orient before retiring in 1933.