Roger Davidson was born in Islington on 27 October 1948
Roger played for England at schoolboy level in midfield and joined Arsenal in September 1964 aged 15. Roger became a pro in October 1965 and on 16 March 1968 in the game Arsenal 0 Wolverhampton 2 he made his first and last senior appearance. It was a tough time for Arsenal and the result made it nine league games without a win.
However although that was his only first team appearance he did have the pleasure of being part the Arsenal team which win the Football Combination title in 1968/69.
After the conclusion of that season he moved to Portsmouth in June 1969 before moving one year later to Fulham, and was part of their 1970/71 promotion winning team. He later played for Lincoln City, and Aldershot. Subsequently he worked as a black cab driver in London.
Here’s his footballing record