British Coaches Abroad: Terry Fenwick

Since playing for England at the World Cup, Terry Fenwick has managed in the Caribbean and Belgium. He talks about tropical life, amongst much more besides...

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mega heed (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

Terry Fenwick is a legend in my eyes. I went to the same school as his son and I remember him turning up for sports day and signing loads of autographs for all the kids. Top man. Glad to hear he's carved out a successful career in management.

Posted 9:53pm 6th September 2014

mega heed (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

Terry Fenwick is a legend in my eyes. I went to the same school as his son and I remember him turning up for sports day and signing loads of autographs for us all. Top man.

Posted 9:52pm 6th September 2014

PolishJoe (Manchester United) says...

Sounds like Big Sam could do worse than loaning Ravel Morrisson to Vise for a season or so. Maybe Fenwick could sort his head out.

Posted 1:26pm 5th September 2014

hunter says...

Best article of the series.

Posted 2:50am 5th September 2014

torminator (Liverpool) says...

Geat article, really interesting stuff - well done F365! Not being all pedantic but was the earlier photo Gary Bannister? Showing my age now ...

Posted 5:20pm 3rd September 2014

lillebaggie (West Bromwich Albion) says...

Is that Mickey Flanagan on the left?

Posted 1:30pm 3rd September 2014

lillebaggie (West Bromwich Albion) says...

Is that Mickey Flanagan on the right?

Posted 1:29pm 3rd September 2014

Gab1965 says...

What a mental story, hope he continues to do well.

Posted 12:03pm 3rd September 2014

ghostface (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

Ummm don't think that picture is Terry Fenwick

Posted 11:25am 3rd September 2014

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