David Limbersky joined Spurs in January 2005 for a six month loan with a view to a permanent deal from Viktoria Plzen.
A skillful player with good control and good passing ability, Limbersky took a while to settle into the reserve side, but once he did, he shaped up as a speedy winger, who could cross well.
A little on the light side, David had to come top terms with the more physical side of the game in this country, but in the match against Arsenal, he was getting as stuck in as much as anyone else.
The previous season, the Czech Under-21 midfielder had played in Serie A for Modena, giving him valuable first team experience.
Showed he has good ability and that he could do a job, but was allowed to return to Plzen in May 2005, with no immediate plan to sign him permanently.
In the summer of 2007, David signed for Sparta Prague.