Scottish international Frank Hill joined Arsenal from Aberdeen for £3,000 in May 1932.
The half back made his senior debut in the league against Blackburn Rovers and went on to make 81 appearances during his four years as a Gunner.
|Arsenal Career||1932 - 1936|
|Appearances||81 (81 starts, 0 as a sub)|
After leaving N5, Hill captained Blackpool but only stayed for a season before signing for Southampton.
When the Second World War broke out, Hill became a flight lieutenant in the RAF and served in India.
He returned to England and, after spending four years as player-manager at Crewe Alexandra, also had spells in charge of Burnley and Preston North End.
Hill then travelled to Iraq, where he had a spell coaching in Baghdad. He joined Notts County after a year away and ended his managerial career with a four-year spell in charge of Charlton Athletic.