Caldwell: Terence (Terry)
Born: Sharlston, Nr Wakefield: 05-12-1938
Debut v Fulham (h): 05-12-1959
5’8” 12st (1960)
Caldwell was a teenage prodigy on Huddersfield Town’s ground-staff and won England Youth
Caps after joining them in June 1957. After four League games for Town, he moved to Leeds in
December 1959 but could do no more than act as understudy to Jimmy Ashall and Grenville Hair.
After Ashall left, he found it hard to get the nod over Alf Jones or John Kilford as
Grenville Hair’s partner, and left for Carlisle United in July 1961 for £1,500. He won a
Third Division Championship Medal in 1964-65 and gave ten years fine service to Carlisle,
making the full back position his own. Caldwell made three hundred and thirty-nine League
starts as well as four substitute appearances and scored one goal before joining Fourth Division
Barrow in July 1970. He made twenty-nine starts and one substitute appearance before he finished
his professional career in 1972 when Barrow lost their League status. He later played
Non-League football with Wakefield.