Half back Davie Colquhoun started his footballing career with Blantyre Victoria Football Club, a Scottish football club based in the town of Blantyre, South Lanarkshire and ended up at White Hart Lane, playing for Tottenham Hotspur in a varied and nomadic career.
Davie left Blantyre to sign professional for St. Mirren in April 1926 and was with The Buddies for five years, during which time he played in a Scottish International trial match in the 1930-31 season.
Spurs signed Colquhoun in July 1931 and was he took his place in the league team for the following two years. Davie's debut was against Wolverhampton Wanderers on the 29th August 1931 and becoming a regular at right half, he went on to play over 30 senior matches each season for the next two years.
Tottenham gained promotion to the First Division in 1933, with Colquhoun adding 16 first division games to his tally of two goals in 65 second division appearances. He made his final Tottenham appearance against Arsenal on the 20th October 1934, but he was appointed captain of the Tottenham reserve side, who he represented with pride.
In March 1935, Colquhoun joined Luton Town for £650 and made 16 league appearances for the Hatters side that finished second in the Third Division (South), before ending his playing days at Rochdale, joining them in 1936.