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All isthmian league matches cancelled

In line with other UK footballing bodies the Isthmian league has announced the suspension of all matches until April 3rd.

It also clearly indicates that a resumption on April 4th is extremely unlikely.

In the meantime, no decisions are being made about the League, about play off matches or promotion and relegation.  LEAGUE STATEMENT


terrors sign defender

Sinn Kaye Christie has joined fromWhitehawk, having also played this season at Merstham and Hastings United.


rearranged fixtures

Bracknell Town at home is now confirmed for Tuesday 31st March, with the trip to South Park now scheduled for a week later on 7th April


Hanwell Town  2-5  Terrors

New look Tooting roared back into form at second placed Hanwell.  On a clawing,sodden pitch Terrors twice led by two goals only for Hanwell to reduce the deficit and well into injury time almost snatch a point. But as the much extended match ran on Terrors countered twice with deadly effect. Report


Yet more goings (and comings)

Razzaq Coleman has departed to Hampton & Richmond, whist arriving from Staines town is 22 year old forward Kladji Cani,


Ware  2-1  Terrors

Tootings last realistic chance to mount a challenge for the league title was effectively blown away in the wind and rain with this defeat by the league leaders.  Stefan Ilic crowned an excellent return to the club with the goal that provided a deserved half time lead, but a penalty miss shortly after by Danny Bassett was to prove costly as, in a second half reminiscent of last Saturday, Ware gradually neutralised Terrors, eventially overturning the scoreline four minutes from time. Report


More comings (and goings)

Arriving from Chalfont St Peter is 15 goal target man Dan Williams whilst departing once again is former skipper Antonio Simione who has been unable to secure a regular starting place since returning from Merstham


Stefs Back!

Having started the season at Lewes we are delighted to welcome back popular striker Stefan Ilic.


Terrors  1-2  Chertsey Town

It was an afternoon of many questions. For example, how did Terrors take the lead - through a sublime piece of skill from Danny Bassett - when the team had barely contributed to the game? Why did the referee call back play when Bassett was one on one with the Chertsey keeper, and poised to make it 2-0 at the interval?  Thirdly, why would your captain continue to needle the referee just as your team has deservedly fallen 2-1 behind with ten minutes to go AND having just been cautioned for the same offence?

The dismissal of Patterson-Bohner, who had not enjoyed the greatest of games, was soon followed by that of another serial offender, Chertseys Casey McLaren, for the agricultural scything down of débutant Christian Gitau. Just to complete what was a chastening afternoon Terrors boss Cornelius Nwadialor was also shown the tunnel for forcefully expressing his views to the officials. REPORT


Two More signings

Experience is the name of the game this time with central defender Antone Douglas joining from Three Bridges and Duncan Culley from Hayes & Yeading.


Holiday Update

Latest arrivals are Christian Gitaum a 22yo midfielder (from Merstham) and 20yo central midfielder Dominic Odusanya (from VCD Athletic).     .

Hady Ghandour has had a two week trial at Charlton Athletic, whist ex-Terror Isaiah Jones has had his development at Middlesborough fast tracked with a loan to Scotish Premier Division side St Johnstone.


Didiman departs

Attacking midfielder Did Castanho has left the club.


Terrors  1-2  Uxbridge

Tootings indifferent home form showed no sign of ending following this miserable encounter. The single highlight came in the form of a sublime strike by Danny Bassett that equalised the early lead that comical defending had gifted to the visitors.

Gone was the purpose and attitude so often seen at away games and it came as no great surprise when Uxbridge, who looked like the only side that might score again, did just that with a simple well worked move down their right flank.


Congratualtions to ex-Terror Abraham Odoh who made his full debut for Charlton Athletic in their FA Cup 3rd round tie against West Bromwich Albion on January 5th


Chalfont St Peter  1-4  Terrors

Tootings second trip to the far north west in four days proved to be a far more comfortable one than Saturdays. Three up at half time, including a screamer from Dominic Morgan-Griffiths, the scoring was completed ten minutes from time by Jamaire Brissett, who had replaced Hady Ghandour at half time following a head injury to the young striker.  


Northwood  0-1  Terrors

Tooting left it very late to complete the league double over lowly Northwood, but it was not a match to be remembered. Danny Bassett, Didi Castanho and Hady Ghandour had all been left on the bench and it was not until the trio were introduced in the final half hour that Terrors even looked like scoring. Three minutes from time Ghandour did just that, breaking free to fire spectacularly into the top corner of the net. Report


Terrors  1-4  Chipstead

After two weeks without a game a very rusty Tooting were comprehensively beaten.  Playing with a back three they faced a Chips front three who dominated from the start, marshaled by the superb Sam Clayton. Two down after just ten minutes Terrors eventually started to show signs of life with Jamarie Brissett pulling one back on the half hour. However a severed dose of collective ball watching at a corrner just before half time allowed Spencer Cripps to stroll in unmarked behind everyone to calmly stroke home the killer goal.

The second half was a catalogue of Tooting missed tackles and wayward passing. Collins netted an excellent fourth for Chips and second for himself and it was not until injury time that Toots threatened again, forcing a fine double save from the visitors keeper Oliver Pain. Lets hope the rust has disappeared by next week!  Report


Terrors  2-1  Ware

The clash of the form sides fully lived up to expectations, delivering three quality goals. The first came from the visitors after just four minutes but was cancelled out by an even better effort four minutes later thanks to the electric Jamarie Brissett. The scoring was completed after just twenty one minutes when Danny Bassett took the ball from his own half, down the wing and into the penalty area before shooting from close range.

Both sides continued to attack to the end but every Terror played his part in securing a deserved win. Report


Two Departures

Nebay Haile and Shamal Edwards have recently left the club. Best wishes to both in their future careers.


Everett Signs

Joining Terrors from Sevenoaks Town is striker Ainsley Everett


The Velocity Trophy (League Cup)

Tooting finished bottom of the group stage following a third 2-1 reverse in a row. The final table: