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David John Court
(born March 1, 1944) is an English former footballer, now turned coach.

Born in Mitcham, Surrey, David Court joined Arsenal as a schoolboy in 1959, turning professional in January 1962. Initially a centre forward, he was a regular goal scorer for the Gunners' youth and reserve sides. He made his first-team debut against Aston Villa on September 10, 1962, and made fourteen league appearances over the next two seasons.

At the start of the 1964-65 season, Arsenal manager Billy Wright switched Court to the right wing and played there for that season, before being switched to right back in 1965-66. After Wright's dismissal Court continued at the club for the next three seasons as a utility player, playing every position bar goalkeeper. In the 1968-69 season he returned as a first-team regular. He was a regular first team player until his injury in the middle of the 1969-70 season. In July 1970 Arsenal accepted a £30,000 bid for him from Luton Town; in all he had played 204 matches for Arsenal, and had scored 18 goals. He spent two seasons with Luton, before seeing out his career at Brentford.

After retiring from football, he worked in the financial sector, before returning to Arsenal in 1996 as Assistant Head of Youth Development, alongside Liam Brady, and has remained in the job since.
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