Arthur Dixon was a full back who started his career with Burnley, served Spurs for one season in the pre-Football League days.
Started playing his football with Trawden Forest and Nelson before making the short move to Burnley in 1900.
His initial position in the team was left half, but he was converted to a left back and Spurs paid a reported £350 for him to come to White Hart Lane in that role in May 1907. He played in the Southern League and Western League for Spurs, making six Southern League appearances, with six in the other league too.
Was mainly a part of the South-Eastern League team, which were our reserves at the time. His 17 matches saw him a major part of the team that finished runners-up in that competition.
Played his last game for Tottenham in 1908 and left to join Bradford Park Avenue, where he stayed for five years playing 115 games and scoring twice. Played against Spurs at WHL in 1909 but finished his career at Park Avenue in 1913.
Arthur Dixon died in the first quarter of 1946 in Nelson, Lancashire.