Clem Voysey proved something of a goalscoring full back during his time at Arsenal.
He joined as an amateur in March 1919 after a youth career spent in the forces and signed professional forms just one month later.
|Arsenal Career||1919 - 1926|
|Appearances||37 (37 starts, 0 as a sub)|
Voysey was a craftsman attached to the Royal Naval Air Service of the RAF during World War One and joined Arsenal immediately after.
After a handful of appearances in the 1919/20 season, Voysey suffered a severe knee injury which kept him out for the best part of two seasons.
He returned to play a significant role in the 1923/24 campaign before eventually losing his place in the following years. He made his final league appearance in a 4-2 defeat at Leeds in February 1926.
Overall, Voysey made 37 starts in an Arsenal shirt, scoring six times.