Wilf Walsh arrived at Highbury as 17-year-old in May 1935, before turning professional at Arsenal one year later.
|Arsenal Career||1935 - 1939|
|Appearances||3 (3 starts, 0 as a sub)|
The outside right struggled to make an impact during his four-year spell with the Club despite a useful goalscoring return from the wing in friendlies.
He made three senior league appearances and all three came in the space of a month, the first against Preston in October 1938.
He bowed out of the Arsenal first-team picture with a 3-2 defeat against Leeds and later joined Derby County for £2,000 before eventually moving into management with Hednesford Town.