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Terrors  3-1  Ashford Town

Tooting made it two out of two with a solid win in their first home outing. Shame they had to do it wearing that embarrassing kit!  . Summary

Hertford Town  0-1  Terrors

Omari Hibbert secured the just about deserved opening day points five minutes from time on a pitch that was probably hiding the mower that should have been used to cut it. Summary

League Cup

This year the competition is in two stages:

1 - Non Premier division teams play a mini league (we have four games, two home and two away).  There are ten leagues

- Three points for a win

- one point for a draw

- If its a draw (at 90 mins) then a penalty shootout will get the winner a bonus point

2 - Ten group winners enter a 32 team knockout competition with the 22 Premier division teams.

Dave McCann

It is with huge sadness that I report the passing of Dave, who was the first club official that I met as a programme seller back in the 70's and who remained a friend for the the next forty five years.  Dave was also a mine of club history and over the years made a significant contribution the the archives on this site.  He will be greatly missed.

His funeral will take place at Beckenham Crematorium, Elmers End on Fri 6 September at 10.15 am.  Please contact info@tmumembers.co.uk  if you would like to attend.

Beedon becomes a Royal (or Biscuitman - depending on your age)

To no-ones great surprise exciting 19 year old centre back Lexus has become the fourth young Terror to sign for a league club, following in the footsteps of Michail Antonio by joining Reading FC. We wish him every success.

New club Chair announced

Former Surrey FA CEO Caroline McRoyall has been appointed to replace Steve Adkins, whose position as major shareholder is unchanged. Steve will focus on securing the long term future of the club and associated ventures.  

Players Update

Pre-season commitments are generally meaningless - and this year is no different. Overall the latest comings and goings look like this:

In: James Shaw (ex recently of Three Bridges - Goalkeeper); David "Didi" Castanho.(ex Walton & Hersham, Burgess Hill - attacking midfield/winger); Nebay Hayes (ex Ashford Town). Returning club legend Dean Hamlin.  Experienced defender Nathan Daly and Arti Kransniqui, a 22 year old left sided midfielder, formerly a Khosovan u-21 international, George Ademiluyi (Defender, ex Hayes, Cheshunt),

Kyrique Garvey Williams (Midfield, ex Cray Wanderers and England Schoolboys).

Out:  Eddie Dines, Saidou Khan to Maidstone and Stefan Ilic to Lewes.  Tope Fadahunsi has also departed, but for academic reasons, he starts the new academic year at Loughborough University. Lexus Beedon(Reading). Peter Wedgeworth and Antonio Simeone

Staying (at the moment): Omari Hibbert, Danny Bassett, Dan Summers and David Carty plus u23 starlets Razzaq Coleman and Shamal Edwards. Hady Ghandour, Daryl Coleman, Dominic Morgan-Griffiths and captain Sol Patterson-Bohner.

Player News

Exciting youngster Ajani Domingo-Carrington has been involved in a car accident and will not be able to play for at least a couplpe of months. Here's wishing him a speedy recovery.

Forlarin heads North

Hot on the heels of Isaiah Jones, 18 year old Sam Folarin has also signed for championship side Middlesborough.

Odoh gets "addikded"

Congratulations to Abraham Odoh who, after a series of trials, has signed for newly promoted Championship side Charlton Athletic.