Roger Davidson

Ex-England Schoolboy midfielder Roger Davidson helped Arsenal win the Football Combination title in 1968/69.

Locally born, he signed professional at Highbury in October 1965 and his solitary First Division appearance for Arsenal was as substitute in the 2-0 defeat at home to Wolves in March 1968.

He played in that season's Football Combination Cup Final success and moved to Portsmouth in June 1969.

Joining Fulham in August 1970, he was a member of their 1970/71 promotion-winning squad and later played for Lincoln City and Aldershot After football he remained in contact with friend Charlie George. 

(With thanks to Leigh Edwards)

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