Young forward Tommy Baldwin scored Arsenal's first-ever goal in the League Cup against Gillingham in September 1966.
Signing professional for the Gunners in December 1962, he made his League debut in the 3-0 win over Birmingham City in April 1965 and netted seven times in 17 First Division games before joining Chelsea as part of the George Graham deal in September 1966.
|Arsenal Career||1962 - 1966|
|Appearances||20 (20 starts, 0 as a sub)|
Gaining England Under-23 honours, 'Sponge' helped them win the FA Cup in 1970, the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1971 and was a League Cup finalist in 1972.
Loaned to Manchester United, he finished his career with Brentford. (With thanks to Leigh Edwards)