England International centre-half Bernard Joy played for Arsenal either side of the Second World War.
A schoolmaster at Hounslow, he had spells with Southend United, Fulham and helped Corinthian Casuals win the Amateur Cup shortly before joining Arsenal in May 1935.
|Arsenal Career||1935 - 1946|
|Appearances||95 (95 starts, 0 as a sub)|
He was the last amateur to gain an England cap against Belgium in May 1936.
Featuring in the Gunners' 1937/38 title-winning success and two War Cup finals, he made 86 League appearances prior to rejoining Corinthian Casuals in December 1946.
Later a journalist with the Evening Standard and Sunday Express, he died in Kenton in July 1984.