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Just 70-71 Footballers

Red shirts with White sleeves, White shorts, Red and White stockings

(Yellow shirts, Blue shorts, Yellow stockings)


1970-71

Arsenal Stadium Highbury

London N.5. Telephone 01-226-3312

Ground capacity 63000

1st Division Final Placing 1st

London

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Squad officially registrated by the Football League and the Football Association between 1st August 1970 and 30th June 1971. Includes transfers during this period and players on loan. Known Youth , Apprentice or Reserve players added in case the autograph is in this collection.

Managers, Trainers, Coaches (3 names) 0 missing


Bertie Mee (Manager), Don Howe (Coach), George Wright (First Team Trainer)


Squad Members 1970-71 (23 names) 0 missing


Russ Allen (Appr.), George Armstrong, Geoff Barnett, Brendan Batson, Jack Carmichael, Paul Davies,  Charlie George, George Graham, Robert Harding, Eddie Kelly, Ray Kennedy, Peter Marinello, Frank McLintock, Bob McNab, David Metchick, Sammy Nelson, John Radford, Pat Rice, John Roberts,  Peter Simpson, Jon Sammels, Peter Storey, Bob Wilson


Named in Rothmans or other sources, but no appearances this season or any other season in Arsenal First Team. Statistics for the player not available / not found.


Charles Newton, Trevor Pierce, Michael Shovelar


Goalkeepers


Geoff Barnett, Bob Wilson


Skipper


Club Captain 1970-71 Frank McLintock


 


70-71 TRANSFER DIARY. WHERE DID THEY GO ? WHO´S NEW IN THE TEAM ?


23rd February Jack Carmichael to Peterborough (£5.000), 15th May Trevor Pearce to Aldershot, 1st May Russ Allen to West Bromwich Albion,  No  info about date of transfer Jon Sammels to Leicester City,


 


BOARD OF DIRECTORS / NON PLAYING STAFF


Chairman: D.J.C Hill-Wood, M.C. Directors: Sir G. Bracewill Smith, Bart., M.B.E., Sir Robert Bellinger, G.B.E. D.Sc., S.C. McIntyre, M.B.E., F.C.I.S., The Rev N.F. Bone, T.D., P.D. Hill-Wood,  Secretary: W.R. Wall

Arsenal 1970-71