Leonard Hyde spent just three years with Spurs, with his last season 1901-02 spent as captain of the reserves – before re-joining his previous club Wellingborough.
Leon spent a lot of time playing in his local sides before signing to Kidderminster Harriers in 1896. Was offered a trial at Grimsby Town, which turned into a permanent move in the summer of 1897, but he was released in January of 1898 and found he was wanted by Wellingborough, who were a bigger club at the time.
Based on his consistent performances for his new team, Spurs made a move for Hyde and he came to Tottenham in 1899 as back up for our wingers Tom Smith and John Kirwan, so in his three years at the club, Leon made only a limited number of appearances in the various league competitions of that time.
After going back to Wellingborough, Leonard moved onto Brighton in 1903 and ended his career at Doncaster Rovers.
Leonard Hyde died on 30th December 1932.