Mick Ferguson


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I wasn't having the best of times there, because I'd been injured or whatever reason. I'd scored goals for Birmingham – I didn't play a huge amount of games but the goal record is quite good. I think there was a bit more to it. So I was desperate to go back to Coventry. I'd stayed in touch with some of the Birmingham boys when I was at Coventry, and in fact I'm still in touch with them now. It was never an issue with them. The fact I'd scored the goal that made the difference was totally irrelevant really. The boys were great, there was no animosity.feedback
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May 09 2017
Mick Ferguson has most recently been quoted in an article called Mick Ferguson for Coventry City v Norwich City (1984). Mick Ferguson said, “Ron Saunders was the Birmingham manager and we'd not really seen eye to eye, Ron and myself. I'd had a hernia operation on New Year's Eve and then when I went back to Birmingham I was struggling with injury, and it took me quite a while to get back to some sort of fitness. Round about deadline day [Coventry's manager] Bobby Gould phoned and asked if I wanted to go back. I told him I'd been injured and he said it didn't matter, he needed a striker. So I ended up going back on loan.”. Mick Ferguson has been quoted a grand total of 3 times in 1 article.
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