| Blackwood, Wales|
| Cardiff City|
| Arthur Brayley Reynolds|
(1935-05-30)30 May 1935
Brayley Reynolds Wikipedia
Arthur Brayley Reynolds (born 30 May 1935) is a Welsh former professional footballer.
Born in Blackwood, Reynolds began his career playing for Lovells Athletic, where his performances persuaded Cardiff City to sign him for a fee of £2,500. After impressing in the club's reserve side, he was handed his Football League debut in October 1956 during a 4-1 defeat to Leeds United. He went on to make over 50 appearances for the side but was unable to establish himself as a first team regular due to a series of injuries. In May 1959 he left to join South Wales rivals Swansea Town for £6,000, scoring 16 goals in all competitions during his first season at the Vetch Field.
During the 1961–62 season, Reynolds scored his highest goal tally in a season with 18 in all competitions and finished as the club's top scorer for a second time two years later, during the 1963–64 season. He spent 6 years at the club before moving into non-league football in 1965.
After retiring from football, Reynolds later worked at the Penallta Colliery, near Hengoed.
Reynolds was also a keen cricketer and played for Blackwood Town for many years, captaining the team's 2nd XI in 1980