Gordon Bremner's Arsenal career was interrupted by the Second World War.
The Scottish inside forward joined from Cartha Athletic in March 1937 and cut his teeth in the Football Combination, where he scored 15 times in 43 appearances.
|Arsenal Career||1937 - 1946|
|Appearances||15 (15 starts, 0 as a sub)|
Bremner made a goalscoring debut against Leeds United in April 1938 and played once more in his first season.
He appeared more regularly in 1938/39 but remained on the fringes of George Allison's first team. Bremner still managed to add three more goals, including a winner against Chelsea at Highbury in February.
The inside forward made 22 appearances during wartime but transferred to Motherwell for £2,750 upon demobilisation from the Army.
Bremner also featured in 'The Arsenal Stadium Mystery', the 1939 murder mystery film set at Highbury.