While Ken Mitcheson never made an impact at Tottenham, he did go on to have a good career, mainly after he moved to the South-West of England.
A Spurs junior through the war years and was captain of the Middlesex county junior side in January 1946.
After making 10 appearances in reserve team friendlies, Ken .joined up with the Royal Armoured Corps and on his return left Tottenham to join Charlton Athletic, where he spent two years in their reserves.
Leaving for Bristol City, Ken had the best part of his time in the game with 29 first team games in his five year spell at Ashton Gate.
A season at Bath City preceded a move to Cheltenham Town, where he spent one season making 34 appearances in the first team.
On retirement from the professional game, Mitcheson played on in the local Edmonton & District Sunday league with Craig United and Queensbridge Saints, winning two titles with Craig and one with the Saints.
Worked for Enfield Council as a gardener for 32 years.
Ken Mitcheson died on 21st February 2005 in St. Ann's Hospital, Tottenham.