Keith Spurgeon might not be a name recognised as a famous Spurs player, but he went on to make a name for himself as a manager of note at club and national level across the world.
Played two games at centre half for Spurs' B team in December 1951 in the Metropolitan & District Football League, before going on to play for the Army while on National Service, Margate, Leytonstone, Folkestone Town, Herne Bay and Snowdon Colliery Welfare.
Keith had to retire after suffering a knee injury, but got a job at Forest School, Snaresbrook where he gained a coaching badge in 1955 and got his FA Coaching award the following year.
Got the manager's job at Ajax and they won the first Inter-Toto Cup in April 1962 under Spurgeon. Meanwhile off the pitch, his wife took note of the ability of their cleaner's son, who she fed well when he visited their house and he was Johann Cruyff.
Leaving Ajax, Keith moved on to manage Blauw Wit twice, Heracles Almelo and AGOVV while in Holland, but also managed the Libyan national team, Dallas Tornado, KV Mechelen (Belgium), Lerske KC (Belgium), the Nigerian national team, AIK (Sweden), Landskrona BOIS (Sweden), IFK Lulea (Sweden) and APOEL (Cyprus).
Keith Spurgeon died in Sweden in 1990.