Born: Coventry, 16 January 1966
Position: Centre back
Signed: 12 July 1993 from Northampton Town (free transfer)
Fulham appearances: 146
Fulham goals: 7
Fulham honours: Division Three (1996/97)
Sold: 1 August 1997 to Slough Town (free transfer)
Cult hero Terry Angus arrived at Craven Cottage in the summer of 1993 on a free transfer from Northampton Town. He was a late bloomer into professional football, joining the Cobblers from Rugby aged 24, but made more than a hundred appearances at Sixfields before making the move to London. Angus shrugged off the setback of relegation in his first campaign to become a fan favourite on account of his willingness to cover every blade of grass for the Whites. He signed off with promotion from Division Three under Micky Adams, having made 146 appearances for the club, and now works for the PFA. He famously led the singing at Leyton Orient during that successful 1996/97 season and remains a popular figure at Fulham. His son, Dior, also turned professional and currently leads the line for Altrincham.