England goalkeeper Frank Moss joined Arsenal from Oldham Athletic for a fee of £3,000 in November 1931, making the first of his 143 league appearances the next day in a London derby away at Chelsea.
The Preston-born stopper enjoyed a successful six years in north London, winning the First Division three times and the Charity Shield twice.
He even scored a league goal for Arsenal but was plagued by injury after dislocating a shoulder in March 1935. That injury eventually forced Moss to retire in 1937. He stayed in football though, becoming manager of Hearts.