|Full name||Timothy John Soutar|
|Date of birth||25 February 1946|
|Place of birth||Oxford, England|
|Ashford Town (Kent)|
|Gravesend & Northfleet|
|Walton & Hersham|
|1980||Staines Town (joint-caretaker manager)|
|*Club domestic league appearances and goals|
Timothy John Soutar (born 25 February 1946) is an English retired footballer who made one appearance in the Football League for Brentford as an inside left. He went on to have a long career in non-League football and played until the age of 50.
Soutar began his career as a youth at Fourth Division club Brentford in 1961.He made his only Football League appearance for the club in a 3–1 defeat to Hull City at Griffin Park on 28 April 1964. He played in Brentford's victorious 2–1 1965 London Challenge Cup final victory over Chelsea at Griffin Park. Soutar was released at the end of the 1965–66 season.
Soutar dropped into non-League football and joined Southern League First Division club Ashford Town (Kent) in 1966.He went on to play for Gravesend & Northfleet, Salisbury, Dunstable Town, Staines Town, Walton & Hersham, Feltham and Hanwell Town.
After Rob Williams departed Isthmian League Premier Division club Staines Town in October 1980, Soutar and Arthur Rowlands were appointed joint-caretaker managers until the appointment of George Talbot.In 1989, he returned to Brentford to coach in the club's Centre Of Excellence.
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