Physiotherapist, who joined Spurs in the Ossie Ardiles reign and stayed until 1998.
Became the youngest physio in football at the age of 19 when he worked at Clydebank in his native Glasgow. Moved across the Clyde to Greenock Morton.
Moved to the Middle East to work with Don Revie and then Joe Kinnear for 10 years, before returning to England to work at the Newham Health Authority between 1991 and 1993, when Spurs employed him to be part of their medical staff.
Resigned on 22nd June 1998 to spend more time with his family.
Has a son, also called Tony, who is a barrister.