Began his career as a trainee at QPR and progressed through the ranks to full professional. During his time at Loftus
Road he made two under-21 appearances for Wales, both in 1991 against England and Poland.
Two years later he came on as a substitute for Neville Southall to gain his first full International cap against Eire, winning a second cap in 1997.
After playing 122 League games in 11 years at QPR, he moved across London to the New Den where he spent a season playing for Millwall.
At the start of the 1999/2000 season, he moved into the Semi-pro game and joined St Albans where he remained until March when he crossed the Atlantic before joining Dagenham & Redbridge. Tony became the first
Welshman to gain caps at Pro and Semi-Pro level when he played in the game against England at Rushden in February 2001.