Reserve team striker, who was powerfully built, but lacked the finesse to make the grave at White Hart Lane, Ollie Morah went on to play for a number of lower and non-league clubs.
Having joined Spurs straight from school, Morah later went to the FA School of Excellence at Lilleshall, winning caps for England at schoolboy and youth level and was in the 1990 FA Youth Cup winning side, when Spurs beat Middlesbrough. Effective as a strong, bustling centre forward at youth level, Ollie came as a junior and worked his way up through the youth system, but when he reached reserve level, he found things a bit harder, with bigger, more physical opponents out to stop him.
Without much chance of displacing bigger names ahead of him in the first team, Ollie joined Hereford United on loan but had to return after suffering an ankle injury and then Swindon Town, firstly on loan and then on a free transfer. Was at the County Ground for six months and then was released to allow him to go to Sutton United. Did OK dropping into non-league and caught the eye of Cambridge United to return him to league football, although his time at the Abbey Stadium wasn't that productive and he was not a fan favourite there, suffering injury problems in his short stay at the club. Went out on loan to Torquay United and played a couple of games there, but ended up his playing days at Welling United.
Lived in Nazeing, Essex, then Waltham Abbey, where he ran football themed birthday parties.
Became a coach at Tottenham working with the Under-13s in 2005.