Tony Warner became Liverpool reserve keeper in 1994-95 when Michael Stensgaard got injured. He appeared 120 times on the bench for LFC, but never got to play for the first team. He was released in 1999 and featured at Millwall playing 225 games for them. Warner got his big break in the top flight with Fulham in the 2005-2006 season. He made his international debut for Trinidad and Tobago in February 2006.
Whilst on Fulham's books, Warner also had loan spells at Leeds, Norwich and Barnsley. In July, 2008 it was announced that the 34-year old had moved to Premier League newcomers Hull City.
Swindon (on loan), Celtic (on loan), Aberdeen (on loan), Millwall, Cardiff, Fulham, Leeds (on loan), Norwich (on loan), Barnsley (on loan), Hull City