Frank enjoyed great success as a player with Leicester City and QPR, but it is as the skipper of Arsenal’s 1970-71 League and FA Cup winning Double side that he will always be best remembered. Frank also captained Arsenal to victory in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup. He started his career in midfield and later moved to centre-half, where he showed the same composure and keen will to win. Frank also played nine times for Scotland and captained his country. He was born in Glasgow and grew up in the tough Gorbals district and that sharpened his determination to make a success of his life. He has always been highly motivated and his positive attitude is as strong as ever. He is Commercial Director at a highly respected security services company in London. He has also worked for BBC Radio and Sky Sports as a soccer pundit and is a popular after dinner speaker. In 2009, Frank was inducted into the Football Hall of Fame.