Terence William Fenwick (born 17 November 1959) is an English football coach and former player. Playing as a defender, he made a total of 455 appearances in the Football League, for Crystal Palace, Queens Park Rangers, Tottenham Hotspur, Leicester City and Swindon Town.Fenwick began his youth career at Crystal Palace where he was part of the successful team that won the F.A. Youth Cup in both 1977 and 1978, scoring the only goal in each final in two 1-0 wins over Everton and Aston Villa respectively. He signed professional terms with Palace, in December 1976, made his league debut away to Tottenham Hotspur in December 1977 and went on to make 10 appearances that season. The next season (1978–9) Palace were promoted to the top flight and Fenwick made a further 20 appearances and 10 in 1979–80 in the old Division One. During those three seasons, Fenwick wore eight different numbered shirts for Palace at a time when shirt numbers equated more to playing position. Fenwick started the next season as first choice left back after the departure of Kenny Sansom, but after a poor start to the season the club looked set for relegation and in December 1980, Fenwick rejoined former Palace manager Terry Venables at Queens Park Rangers. He had made 70 league appearances for Palace, but without scoring. Wikipedia
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