Bob McNab joined Arsenal from Huddersfield in October 1966 for a fee of £50,000. He soon made his full debut for the Club, away to Leeds United, and went on to make more than 350 appearances, scoring 10 times.
The full back won international honours with England during his time in north London and he was also part of the Double-winning side of 1970/71. He missed just two games that season.
|Arsenal Career||1966 - 1975|
|Appearances||365 (362 starts, 3 as a sub)|
The Yorkshireman was also part of the team that lost to Leeds in the 1972 FA Cup final, having missed much of the campaign through injury.
McNab joined Wolves on a free transfer in 1975 and also represented San Antonio in the NASL before returning to England to play for Barnet in 1977.