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Arthur Dixon was a footballer who played as a central defender for
Rangers F.C. between 1917 and 1926. He later became trainer at the
club and assistant to the legendary Bill Struth after his
retirement from playing. Chadderton-born Dixon joined Rangers in
July 1917 by manager William Wilton. He made his league debut in a
1-0 win away to Kilmarnock on 18 August 1917. Dixon was soon to
establish himself as an influential player for the club. He scored
his first goal for the club on 8 March 1919 in a 3-0 league win
against Hamilton Academical.