Eddie Tunney played a single war-time game for Spurs as a guest, but the full-back had a long career at Wrexham.
Originally on the staff at Everton, Eddie played in their reserve side before he left to join Wrexham in 1937, making his debut in 1937 and staying until his stationing as a sergeant instructor in the Army took him away from the North-West.
Played war-time games as a guest for Tranmere Rovers, Hartlepools United and Crystal Palace before turning out for Spurs in a game at Aldershot, where he was stationed at the time.
At the end of the war, Eddie returned to Wales and played on at Wrexham until 1951. Had a testimonial with Gib Bellis against Everton and when he left Wrexham, he dropped into the Cheshire County League to play for Winsford United.