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OCTOBER 2023

Callum Porteous Signs for Tooting

 

Callum is an experienced Centre back/Right back who has previously played for Keith FC (Scotland) & Kincorth Amateurs (Scotland)

 

On joining Callum said he was "Very excited to get started at T&M, a club with great history and a class set up. I’m focused on doing my bit to get the club fighting at the top of the table."

 

He's excited to get out there playing for the fans, stating "this is a very passionate club with a strong fan base. I'm ready to get going to give

them the results they deserve.’

We wish Callum & the rest of the squad all the very best for the season ahead.

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BRUNO RETURNS & BLAKE ARRIVES!

Following a lengthy injury, fans favorite & club Physio Bruno Silva returns to Imperial Fields.

Everyone at the club is delighted that Bruno has returned, along with his trusted magic sponge, which we are sure will keep the 1st team squad fit and well for the seson ahead.

Blake Loyza joins the Terrors as an exciting attacking midfielder who previously played for Colliers Wood United FC.

 

On joining the Stripes Blake said "I am very excited to join and be apart of a big club like Tooting and Mitcham United. To the fans I’ve heard a lot about you and I can’t wait to play in front of you. I will try my best to become a new exciting addition to the squad. I hope to celebrate with you soon."

The club would also like to pass it thanks and appreciation to the management team at Colliers Wood who allowed Blake to join T&MUFC as quickly as possible.

We wish both Bruno & Blake all the very best for the season ahead.

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Albert Grainger

RIP

The club are sad to announce the sad passing of former player Albert Grainger. He was part of the 1959 team which played Nottingham Forest in the 3rd round of the FA Cup and opened the scoring in the first game at Sandy Lane.

Albert was a 2 time Isthmian League winner and played in a number of cup winning sides. He played 255 times between 1957 and 1966 scoring 125 goals. We send our thoughts and condolences to Albert’s family and friends at this time.

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