A left winger, who had previously played for Middlesbrough and West Ham, Chris Carrick had a tempestuous time at Tottenham.
Starting with Middlesbrough before moving ont o West Ham United, Chris Carrick joined Spurs in April 1905 as a replacement for the departed John Kirwan, with the wide-man proving a useful addition to the front line scoring five goals in 24 games when he had fought off competition form William Murray for the place in the side.
When the team went to
play Western League games at Bristol Rovers and Plymouth
in March 1906, Carrick was involved in a 'misdemeanour'
involving team mate Peter Kyle between the two matches.
Both players were suspended for a breach of clubs
training rules and neither played for Spurs again.
Carrick went on to play for Reading, Bradford Park Avenue and Glentoran in Northern Ireland.