|Full name||Wilfred Walsh|
|Date of birth||29 July 1917|
|Place of birth||Pontlottyn, Wales|
|Date of death||1977|
|Playing position||Outside right, Inside forward|
|1936-1938||→ Margate (loan)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
He started his career at Arsenal in 1935, turning professional in 1936. However he spent two years on loan at Arsenal's nursery club Margate before returning to the Gunners and making his league debut against Preston North End on 22 October 1938, a match that Arsenal won 1-0. Walsh made a total of three first-class appearances for Arsenal, all of them in the First Division, before being transferred to Derby County in June 1939.
Walsh played for Derby during World War II and made a single League appearance in 1946-47. He moved to Walsall in March 1947 and made 33 appearances for them before his retirement from League football in 1948, making a total of 37 Football League appearances in a career interrupted by the Second World War. Walsh later managed non-league sides Redditch United and Hednesford Town.
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- Hugman, Barry J. (1984). Canon League Football Players' Records 1946-1984. Newnes Books. ISBN 0-600-37318-5.
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