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The first man to score at Highbury, and first man to be carried off injured at Highbury.

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18 June 1914: George Jobey sold to Bradford PA.  He had won a league winners’ medal with Newcastle and was the first Arsenal player to score at Highbury as well as being the first player to be stretchered off at Highbury.  He later went into management.  For broader context see here.

18 June 1921: “The Football and Sports Favourite” magazine carried an interview with Leslie Knighton which in its best interpretation might be called eccentric, but is probably best called utterly bizarre.

18 June 1962: Andy Linighan born in Hartlepool – both his brothers were also footballers.  He started with Hartlepool, then moved through Leeds, Oldham and Norwich before coming to Arsenal.

18 June 1979 Paul Davis signed professional forms for Arsenal having signed as an apprentice in 1977.  He made his debut in 1980 and played 447 league games for the club.

18 June 1993: Eddie McGoldrick signed for Arsenal for approx £1m, playing his first game in the charity shield against Man U on 7 August 1993.

2 comments to The first man to score at Highbury, and first man to be carried off injured at Highbury.

  • Harley Juste

    Hi,

    I am an Arsenal fan(since 1979 F.A Cup Final) from Mauritius and would like to thank you for all the work you are doing to keep us informed about AFC history.

  • Tony Attwood

    Our absolute pleasure Harley, especially when we get a nice note like yours.

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