Peter Goy
Peter Goy

Peter Goy

Goalkeeper Peter Goy understudied Jack Kelsey and Jim Standen while at Arsenal.

Signing professional terms at Highbury in June 1955, he starred as the youth team won the South-East Counties League 'double' in 1955/56 and made two First Division appearances during the 1958/59 campaign prior to joining Southend United for £2,000 in October 1960.

Profile

Name Peter Goy
Arsenal Career 1953 - 1960
Position: Goalkeeper
Appearances 2 (2 starts, 0 as a sub)
Goals 0

He moved to Watford in July 1964 and then had spells with Huddersfield Town, Hellenic, Cambridge United, Tonbridge and was Epping Town's player-manager. (With thanks to Leigh Edwards)