Arthur Milton

Arthur Milton was not only a talented footballer - he also represented Gloucestershire and England at cricket.

The Bristol-born outside right signed for Arsenal as an amateur in April 1945, becoming professional 15 months later.

Milton completed National Service in the Royal Army Ordanance Corps between 1946 and 1948 before making his first senior appearance against Aston Villa in 1951 - the same year that he won his first England cap.

Over the next four years, Milton became a regular - playing more than 80 times before transferring to Bristol City for £4,000.

Milton retired soon after to concentrate on cricket and became a postman once his sporting career had finished.

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