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Ashley Bosah/Cornelius Nwadialor

Summer 2018 - Current

Ashley Bosah stepped up to take charge alongside fellow u23 coach Corrnelius Nwadialor.

Frank Wilson

Summer 2015 - Summer 2018

The Former reserve team boss made a rocky start, but the appointment of  Paul Dale as his assistant, brought a London Senior Cup win as a signpost towards automatic promotion the following season with an incredible record of 105 points and a league goal tally of 120.  Sadly the stay in the Isthmian Premier was a brief one as the side failed build on their earlier success. Paul Dale departed to be replaced by u23s coach and Academy chief Ashley Bosah. However, In the end relegation was almost a blessing!

Craig Tanner

Summer 2013 - Summer 2015

Tans cut his teeth as a player at Tooting and when injury cut short a fine playing career it was back home for his first managerial appointment.

Phil Simpson

Feb - May 2013

Also appointed from within Simpson made an encouraging start, but a run of twelve without a win only ended on the final day of the season.

Jamie Martin

Oct 2012 - Feb 13

Promoted from assistant to Forzoni as player/manager, Jamie added steel to the side, lifting them from the foot of the table. However, one cut too much to his playing budget forced him to stand down.

Roberto Forzoni

Summer - Oct 2012

The first managerial appointment of sports psychologist, motivational speaker and  magician Forzoni saw an array of clipboard jockeys appearing pitchside,  watching a talented group of individual players who simply did not play as a team.  The experiment was brought to a close when Roberto was asked to disappear following a humiliating defeat at Hythe Town.

Kenny Brown

Dec 2011 - Summer 2012

A highly experienced player and manager, Kenny was brought in on the back of a possible club takeover and was followed by a wave of high profile signings. However, the takeover never materialised and the money dried up, leading to a humiliating finish to the season with relegation the inevitable conclusion

Mark Beard

2010 - Dec 2011

With an impressive playing career behind him Mark began his managerial career at Sussex County league side Haywards Heath, joining Terrors as his first senior appointment. A highly personable and communicative person, Mark was never given the opportunity to established a settled side, despite his obvious abilities as a coach.

Billy Smith & George Wakeling  

2006 - April 2010

Former club captain Billy Smith was joined by fellow experienced manager George to form a dream team that finally brought the good times back to the club. The icing on the cake was a first appearance in the FA Cup proper since Billys playing days, but the greatest achievement was building a solid, stable team that reclaimed a place in the Ryman Premier division. A trio of county cup wins provided even more cause for celebration

Richard Cadette

2002 - May 2006

Former Millwall and Falkirk striker, Richard was involved in the youth setup at Millwall before being appointed at Imperial Fields. Always willing to give the youngsters chance his teams produced some exciting performances, but tended to come unstuck against more experienced opponents.

Ian Hazell

2001 - 2002

After spells at Walton & Hersham and Sutton, Ian played for Terrors before becoming player coach under Keith Boanas. Has subsequently managed several other local senior sides - most regularly Carshalton.

Keith Boanas

1998 - 2001

A senior figure in Kent county coaching circles, Keith was the man that finally stopped the rot, engineering the clubs first promotion by developing an exciting and settled side - the first seen at Sandy Lane for some years.

Departed to take up a full time post as manager of the highly successful Charlton ladies team and subsequently managed the Estonian Ladies national side.

Jimmy Bolton

1997 - 1998

Appointed at the end of season 1996/7 Jimmy arrived as player manager. A non-league international who started his playing career with spells at Tottenham and Wimbledon,he was previously with Tooting as a player in 1985 from Farnborough, scoring 15 goals in 34 appearances before returning to Hampshire. Also played for Harrow, Carshalton, Kingstonian and Hendon.

John Langford

Jan 1996 - 1997

Joined from a south east London team, John had previously managed the Tooting reserves. Had the honour of managing the London FA representative team.

Trevor Ford

1990 - Jan 1996

A former Tooting legend who had played in every position for the club (including

               a memorable goalkeeping cameo against the Pink filth after John Dunne had been dismissed for lamping Charilie Pooley) and then gone on to a successful career in management with Margate and Bromley before returning home.

Bob Langford

1989 - 90

Billy Edwards


Barry Neville


Dave Donaldson


Dave Juneman/Billy Edwards


John Biddle


Appointed at the start of 83-84. Ex Cray, Bromley and Dartford boss. Appointed former Charlton player Colin Powell as his assistant.

Dave Cooke


Jack Payne


Returned from the boadroom for a second spell in charge (see below)

Tex Wiltshire


Terry 'Tex' Wiltshire played for Redhill, Epsom, Horsham and Woking before retiring in 1974. After coaching in Washington USA he returned to manage Lewes, Horsham and Dorking before taking over at Sandy Lane.

Jack Payne


Stepped up having been Roy Dwights assistant Jack lead Terrors to their most successful period since the late 50s. Achieved a sequence of memorable FA cup runs, including reaching the fourth round proper, plus quarter finals of the trophy.  

Roy Dwight


Roy played on the wing and was twice leading scorer for Fulham before transferring to Nottingham Forest and playing against Tooting in our finest hour. Scored for Forest. helping them to win the final that year, but also broke his leg. Internationally he played for England Youth.

Went on to play for Gravesend & Northfleet before reuniting with old colleague Jimmy Hill at Coventry. Also played for Millwall and Detroit Cougars.

Started his managerial career with Erith and Belvedere, moving on to Dartford and Tilbury after his spell at Sandy Lane.  A PE instructor, then manager at Crayford stadium, he died in 2002.

Graham Deacon


Doug Flack


Former Fulham goalkeeper and Corinthian Casuals coach

George Dring


Derek Ufton

Jan 1962-64

Club Coach. From the start of 63-64 Derek was the first person to assume responsibility for team selection.

A former Charlton centre half and Kent count cricketer (wicket keeper), Derek went on to manage Plymouth Argyle.

Les Walters


George Dring


T Fleming


W Grafham


J Beard


B Nicholson


G Lewis