John Hollowbread served as an understudy goalkeeper to Bill Brown, but did have a run of game sin the side, providing sound cover when called upon.
John Hollowbread first appeared for Spurs in an Eastern Counties side in 1950-51 as a 17 year old.
Working his way up through the ranks at Tottenham, Johnny was the 1958-59 season first team regular goalkeeper and he made over 70 appearances for the senior team before departing for Southampton in 1964.
A leg injury against Coventry City ended his Southampton career, but he stayed in the area running the Manor House pub on Portsmouth Road in Bursledon. Managed the pub team in the local Sunday league.