Joe Williams joined Arsenal for £1,500 from Stoke City in September 1929.
The winger went on to make 26 starts in his three years at Highbury, scoring five goals along the way.
|Arsenal Career||1929 - 1932|
|Appearances||26 (26 starts, 0 as a sub)|
The first of those competitive appearances was in a 5-2 defeat at Aston Villa in September 1929.
Williams missed out on the team's 1930 FA Cup triumph through injury but he achieved London Combination honours in both the 1929/30 and 1930/31 seasons, as well as the London FA Challenge Cup in 1930/31.
He eventually moved to Middlesbrough for £1,750 in March 1932, going on to win club honours with Huddersfield Town and achieving England recognition with Stoke City.