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TERRY EVANS
(Defender)
Born: 14 Oct 1970
Where: Hayes
Joined Wycombe: August 1993 - 40,000 from Brentford
Wycombe Debut: Hereford 3 Wycombe 4 - 31 Aug 1993 - Div 3
First Wycombe Goal: Chesterfield 2 Wycombe 3 - 2 Oct 1993 - Div 3
Last Wycombe game: Wycombe 2 Bristol City 0 - 3 May 1997 - Div 2
Left Wycombe: Summer 1997 - Free to Kingstonian
Terry Evans - picture Paul Dennis
Career summary at Wycombe
156 apps - 19 goals
Career Details including detailed breakdown while at Wycombe
Date Club League
Apps
League
goals
Cup
Apps
Cup
Goals
- Hillingdon Borough - - - -
1985-Aug1993 Brentford 229 23 - -
1993/1994 Wycombe Wanderers 20(2) 6 9 2
1994/1995 Wycombe Wanderers 44 5 5 0
1995/1996 Wycombe Wanderers 26(2) 3 0 0
1996/1997 Wycombe Wanderers 37(4) 2 5(1) 1
Aug1997-May1998 Kingstonian - - - -
What we think: Now this bloke is big and still at the Club so we'd better be careful what we say! Not that we need to bother because after a dodgy start at Wycombe he quickly became a favourite with the fans. Only a tragic injury during a AutoGlass Trophy semi against Fulham in February 1994 cost 'Big Tel' a place in the team during the play-off success at the end of the season. In fact it was October 1994 before he returned - coming on as sub against Hull and scoring another of his significant goals.
After being released by John Gregory at the end of the 1996/97 season 'Big Tel' moved to Kingstonian but returned to Wycombe as Youth Team physio at the request of Neil Smillie and seems to be enjoying his new role - not sure what the lads make of him though.
Also see Staff Profile on 'Big Tel' >>>
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Jason Cousins photo kindly supplied by Paul Dennis
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