Ehud Rogers was a Welsh amateur international before joining Arsenal.
The outside right arrived from Wrexham in January 1935 as a 22-year-old and spent almost a year and a half at Arsenal, making 16 appearances.
|Arsenal Career||1935 - 1936|
|Appearances||16 (16 starts, 0 as a sub)|
He scored on five occasions after making his senior debut in a 1-0 win over Middlesbrough in April 1935. Rogers appeared in the remaining four matches of the season as Arsenal won the Division One title.
He played 11 times in the following season before joining Newcastle United for £2,500 in June 1936.