Signed from Gillingham in May 1992, striker Peter Beadle did not make it through into the first team at Spurs, but went out on loan to Bournemouth and Southend United. Perhaps optimistically, the deal to bring Beadle to White Hart Lane was conditioned for extra payments based on appearances for the club and international recognition. As it was, the only first team appearance Peter made was in a pre-season friendly against Brighton and Hove Albion.
After two years at Spurs, he signed for Watford in September 1994, but moved on to Bristol Rovers and then to Port Vale in August 1998, where he hit the net six times in 23 league games.
February 1999 brought a move to Notts County for £250,000.
On his Brentford debut, he was sent off after only ten minutes and that remained his total playing time for the club as he left shortly after.
On stopping his playing career, Peter moved into management and has held positions at Team Bath and then onto Clevedon Town as player-commercial manager. In October 2005, he took over at Conference South side Newport County AFC, taking them to a FAW Cup win in 2008 after a defeat in the final the year before. Was sacked after failing to qualify for the promotion play-offs on 27 April 2008 and had to wait until March 2010 for another opening as a manager, at Clevedon Town in the Southern Football League, where he could not save the team from relegation that season, despite playing in the team too and he left the post that summer.
After leaving that post, Beadle worked as a scout and Academy coach at West Bromwich Albion before moving back to the South West as Cheltenham Town's Youth Development coach and then the Under-16 coach.