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Full name  Anthony Marchi
1949–1957  Tottenham Hotspur
Place of birth  Edmonton, England
Name  Tony Marchi

1947–1949  Tottenham Hotspur
Role  Football player
Years  Team
Playing position  Wing half

Date of birth  (1933-01-21) 21 January 1933 (age 82)

Anthony "Tony" Marchi (born 21 January 1933 in Edmonton) is a retired English football player of Italian descent, who played for Tottenham Hotspur in the position of wing half from 1950 until 1965, which was broken up by a two-year spell in Italy with Vicenza and Torino. During much of his career at Spurs, Marchi was mostly used as an understudy to Danny Blanchflower and Dave Mackay. However, in the 1962-63 following injuries he established himself in the side and was a member of the 1963 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final winning team. He was one of seventeen players used by Spurs in their Double winning side of 1960-61 He also later managed Cambridge City and Northampton Town.

Tony Marchi Signed photo of Tony Marchi the Tottenham Hotspurs footballer

Honours

  • 1963 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final winner
  • References

    Tony Marchi Wikipedia


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