Tommy Winship enjoyed two separate spells with Arsenal from 1910 to 1913 and 1913 to 15.
Winship moved to the Club from junior football with Wallsend Park Villa in November 1910, making his league debut against Manchester United in Old Trafford's inaugural season of 1910.
The outside left was transferred to Fulham in March 1913 before re-signing for Arsenal just five months later after a brief stint in west London.
Winship eventually made 56 starts for the Club, scoring seven goals along the way.
Arsenal lost all contact with him during World War One as the winger returned to the North East to work in shipbuilding on the Tyne. He later featured for Darlington between 1919 and 1926, where he won club honours.