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Frank William Arundel (20 February 1939 – May 1994) was an English professional footballer. He was born in Plymouth.
Frank Arundel was playing for local Devon side Oak Villa when he was signed by Plymouth Argyle in August 1956. His debut as a winger came soon after, in September 1956 against Coventry City at Home Park, but after 4 appearances in his first season for Argyle he never played for them again. In July 1959, he moved to Torquay United, making his debut in a 3-0 defeat away to Northampton Town on 27 August. He failed to dislodge Ernie Pym from the number 11 shirt and made only 5 further appearances over the next two seasons before leaving for non-league Minehead. Frank Arundel died in May 1994.
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