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International Caps

Players who have achieved International honours whilst playing for the Terrors

T Norris


Forward who played for Tooting just before ww2

T Dunne


Forward who played alongside Norris.

Trefor Owen


Joined with 18 caps to his name and added one more with Terrors, captaining Wales against England (9/11/57), before turning professional

Dave Bumpstead


Joined in August 1956 from Uxbridge

Paddy Hasty


  Our Paddy

John Harlow

Another loyal club servant who joined in 1954 from Southall and made 116 league appearances before retiring onto the coaching staff in 1960.

Gordon Holden

"We have had several players in the past get their caps with us, but Gordon got his football, all his football, with us right from the day he left  the Mitcham schools team in 1946" (Sept 61). Played in every position except goalkeeper.

Mickey Clay


Dave Roberts


Ray Agar


b Tottenham 1936. Played for Barnet before his 16th birthday. Took part in two army cup finals as well as playing for Swindon Town. Rejoined Barnet and came to Tooting via Enfield and Walthamstow, where he won his first cap, against Ireland.

Graham Davies


Originally signing for 60/61, Davies joined Ilford, only to return the following season.  Joint all time top Welsh Amateur goalscorer with 5 from 4 appearances.

Micky Browning


Sussex born and bred, Micky spent just two seasons away from Horsham - with the Terrors, where he gained his caps. A prolific goalscorer: 'Not only does he score 'em, he makes 'em with dashes down the wing and pin point centres".

Alan Phillips

John Robertson


Renowned for his gentlemanly conduct and sportsmanship, as well as his outstanding ability, John gained his first cap in 1962 whilst with Corinthian Casuals, having already played for the RAF during his National Service days.

Overall he played 25 times for England (some as captain) as well as the Great Britain Olympic team (5 times), Great Britain (twice) and numerous FA and representative sides.

Norman Stanley

England were due to play at Champion Hill and Stanley was rumoured to be going to make his debut. T & M fans turned up to see this well deserved first cap.

Ken Jelly

Dave Cobb


Joined from Walton & Hersham in 1972 Dave was a key component of the team that developed under Roy Dwight. Sadly he was replaced by John Dunn and moved on to Croydon Amateurs.

Alan Ives


Two spells at Sandy Lane, Alan was the most feared striker of the great 70s cup sides, scoring the winner against Swindon in 1976.