On 5 June 1903, defender Fred Dwight joined Arsenal from London rivals Fulham F.C according to the Official Club website.
Born in 1879 in Chesham, Buckinghamshire, Fred started playing football for his home town club Chesham Town as a 20-year old until the beginning of the 20th century when he moved to Fulham. Two years later Highbury became his new home after he was signed by manager Harry Bradshaw who wanted a left-back to deputise for the injured Jackson.
In the two years that he spent at Woolwich Arsenal – Present day Arsenal F.C – Dwight only made one appearance in the 3-0 away win to Preston in January 1905.
Although he never attained any notable achievements in the League, Arsenal.com has it that his contribution in the Eastern League was heavily felt as he made a total of 41 appearances, propelling the Gunners to winning honours in the 1903/04 season.
Fred Dwight eventually left Arsenal in 1905, joining Nelson in Lancashire.