Bob Buchanan spent two seasons with Arsenal at the end of the 20th century.
The forward joined from Burnley in September 1894 and was a hit on his debut, proving the perfect foil for Paddy O'Brien, Peter Mortimer and Harry Boyd.
|Arsenal Career||1894 - 1896|
|Appearances||44 (44 starts, 0 as a sub)|
Although the trio took the majority of the goalscoring plaudits, Buchanan did score 16 times in 44 appearances.
The Scot joined Southampton St. Mary's in search of regular first-team football in summer 1896 and was a success on the south coast.