Terence H Dobbs
Date of Birth:
08 December 1932
Place of Birth:
Terry was an outside-left who joined Wimbledon in August 1954 and after a couple of false starts, including two F.A.C. matches on the opposite wing, played regularly towards the end of the season after Freddie Gauntlett was sidelined by injury. His final match for the Dons was in the Surrey Senior Cup final win over Sutton United in May 1955.
He attended St. Mary's school in Clapham and then played for Putney Athletic before National Service intervened. Based in the R.A.F. near Peterborough he won representative honours there before rejoining Putney Athletic when demobbed.
After Wimbledon he had a short spell at Bexleyheath & Welling before making his mark at Dulwich Hamlet, winning the Surrey Senior Cup twice more as well as two London Charity Shield winner's medals. While there he also represented the Isthmian League. He moved to Kingstonian in 1959/60. scoring 3 times in 11 appearances before joining Leatherhead for 1960/61 and then Enfield for 1962/63 and later played for Malden Town, Hayes and Finchley.
1954/55: Appearances: 14 - Substitute: 0 - Goals: 0
- Total: Appearances: 14 - Substitute: 0 - Goals: 0
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