A versatile defender, Bob McDonald featured for Spurs at left-back, having predominantly played on the other side of the back line before coming to White Hart Lane.
He featured in the 1921 FA Cup run and made a telling tackle towards the end of the final, as Potts looked like he would score, but McDonald's intervention protected the Spurs lead.
Came into the team in the last game of 1919-1920, but was a regular in the season that ended in Spurs being FA Cup and Charity Shield winners.
number of injuries during his time at the club, Bob
managed over 100 first team appearances before he left
to join Clapton Orient in 1927.
McDonald retired after his football career ended to live in Glasgow, with his wife Florence.
Bob McDonald died early in April 1971