Tommy Lunn was a solid keeper for Spurs, who was signed from Wolverhampton Wanderers to give experience to the side in their first campaign in the top flight. While at Wolves, he was the goalkeeper in the 1908 FA Cup wining team.
His early form was impressive and he helped Tottenham retain their place in the First Division with a string of good performances towards the end of the 1909-10 season.
As his Spurs career progressed, he fell out with the management at the club, with the board suspending him when he took on a publican's licence for breach of contract. The board, who picked the team, turned to John Joyce and Lunn never pulled on a Tottenham shirt again.
The following year Tommy signed for Stockport County, but only played twice for them before drifting into retirement.
Tommy Lunn died in 1960.