Stan Charlton.

Stan Charlton Junior was based at Woolwich Barracks with the army.
He was the son of the famous Exeter player Stan Charlton. He made his debut against Tonbridge in a Southern League match that saw Keith Harvey play his first game for Exeter City Reserves on the 14th of March 1951.

He played as a right-back in the practice game on the 4th August 1951, and for the reserves throughout the season.

After leaving Exeter he joined Bromley before joining Leyton Orient in July 1952. He played every game for Orient over the next two seasons before moving to Arsenal with Vic Groves in a joint transfer valued at £30,000 in October 1955.

Stanley Jnr, was Ex-England Amateur international right back who missed only two games for Arsenal in 1956/56

He played 99 First Division games for Arsenal, before he rejoined Orient in December 1958, In 1961/62 he was captain for them to the top flight In the 1st division. Having played nearly 400 games for Leyton Orient he moved to Weymouth.

He became Weymouth's player-manager in May 1965, and later their company secretary.



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