Carlisle United Football Club has officially welcomed defender Terell Thomas to the team after he signed a two-year contract. Thomas, aged 28, began his football journey at Arsenal and later secured his first professional contract with Charlton Athletic as a young player. Throughout his career, he has played for various clubs including Wigan Athletic, AFC Wimbledon, Crewe Alexandra, and Reading, before rejoining Charlton Athletic in 2022.

With 40 League One appearances for Charlton Athletic last season and 12 international appearances for Saint Lucia, Thomas brings a wealth of experience and talent to the team. Manager Paul Simpson expressed his excitement about the new signing, highlighting Thomas’ leadership qualities and impressive track record both domestically and internationally.

Simpson also revealed that the club is actively working on strengthening other areas of the squad, particularly in defense. While he refrained from giving specific details to avoid jinxing potential deals, Simpson assured fans that the team is dedicated to recruiting new players and enhancing the squad.

Pending approval from the Football Association (FA) and the English Football League (EFL), Thomas’ transfer to Carlisle United is expected to be finalized soon. The addition of Thomas is a testament to the club’s commitment to building a competitive team and achieving success in the upcoming season. Fans can look forward to seeing Thomas in action and witnessing his contributions on the field as he joins his new teammates at Carlisle United Football Club.