Another player brought to Tottenham by Frank Arnesen from his previous club, Spase Dilevski looked like one who might have made it through the Spurs system, but failed to progress beyond the reserves.
Pretty quick, a tricky runner with the ball and very determined to win the ball, Spase looked like he might be a useful young player, but he was frustrated by not making a move through the levels at Spurs and went off to pursue his career in lesser leagues.
Started with a local side Sydenham Park, where he was scouted and taken in as part of the Victorian Institute of Sport.
Spase Dilevski joined Tottenham as a 16 year old from PSV Eindhoven. An Australian midfielder, he was a regular in Tottenham's reserve side for a couple of seasons before returning home to Australia despite being offered a contract by Spurs.
Lined up with Queensland Roar, where he wanted to get some first team football and stayed with them for couple of seasons, before he left the A-League side to try his luck back in Europe with Universitatea Craiova of Romania, where he spent four years. Hadn't got much match experience as a wide midfielder (the position he often filled for Tottenham), so ended up being used more often as a defensive midfielder before returning to his homeland to play for Adelaide United in 2011.
Has won international caps at Under-17, Under-20 and Under-23 levels.