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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Alf Fields, English footballer (Arsenal F.C.), died he was 92.

Alf Fields BEM was an English professional footballer who played as a centre half died he was 92.

 (15 November 1918 – 14 November 2011)

Career

Fields signed with Arsenal in 1936, turned professional in 1937, and made his debut in 1939.[1] Between then and 1952, Fields made a total of 19 appearances in the Football League.[2] After retiring as a player, Fields spent time as a coach at Arsenal, before eventually retiring in November 1983.[1]
Fields played himself in the 1939 film The Arsenal Stadium Mystery.[3]
During World War II, Fields served in North Africa and Italy, earning the British Empire Medal.[4]
As the time of his death, Fields was Arsenal's oldest surviving player.[5] He died on 14 November 2011, one day before his 93rd birthday.[6]


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