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Terry Dyson

Terry Dyson
Personal information
Full name Terence Kent Dyson
Date of birth (1934-11-29) 29 November 1934
Place of birth Malton, England
Playing position Winger (retired)
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
0000–1955 Scarborough
1955–1965 Tottenham Hotspur 184 (41)
1965–1968 Fulham 23 (3)
1968–1970 Colchester United 56 (4)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Terry Dyson (born 29 November 1934 in Malton, North Yorkshire, England) is a retired footballer.[1]


The winger joined Tottenham Hotspur from non-league Scarborough in 1955, and played for Spurs until 1965. He was a regular member of The Double winning side of 1960-61, and scored in the 1961 FA Cup Final against Leicester. Dyson also won a winners' medal in the 1963 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final against Atlético Madrid in which he scored twice. He made a total 209 appearances and scored 55 goals for Tottenham. He later played for Fulham, Colchester United, Wealdstone, and Guildford City. Dyson is the only Spurs player to score a hat-trick in the North London derby, having done so on 26 August 1961 in a 4-3 win for Spurs [2]


Tottenham Hotspur F.C


Dyson currently works part-time for the Football Association assessing schoolboy matches and lives in Middlesex. Dyson is the uncle of English golfer Simon Dyson.[3]


  1. ^ Hugman, B, J, (Ed)The PFA Premier & Football League Players' Records (2005) p185 ISBN 1-85291-665-6
  2. ^ The North London Derby Retrieved 29 November 2007
  3. ^ Profile of Simon Dyson Retrieved 19 September 2011

External links

  • The Double
  • Malton school interview
  • Hall of Fame
  • Fact-file
  • Pocket Attila
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