One of four brothers, Bert Lyons was one of three to play league football and he spent two years at Tottenham as a full back.
A defender, who started his career at Port Vale and Walsall before catching Tottenham's attention after starring for Clapton Orient after joining the East London club in September 1926.
Signed for Spurs in May 1930, the defender became a member of the first team straight away and played 57 first team matches and scored three goals (all penalties) including the winner in the London Challenge Cup Final of 1931.
When he left Spurs in the summer of 1932, he moved to Wales to join Colwyn Bay.
Bert Lyons died in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk on 10th May 1981