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the last time i saw mike we were shopping at tesco burnley we had a good natter about the old days we spent at school st,marys rc,yorkshire st burnley mike was talking about his football idol jimmy mcilroy he said imagine playing against him he said i tackled him all the way down the touchline could not get the ball of him .he mentioned about seeing a heart specialist about having a stent done the specialist asked if he had any concerns about the operation mike said yes you a bit worried. going back to school days after
school myself mike and other football lads would go to spare land rear of yorkshire st we called little
wembley pick sides and play all hours great times
31-08-20 john mcleod
I went to school with Mike Ferguson at St Mary's Burnley where Mike was a prefect. I fell in the school yard, at the time there were no telephones in the school, so Mike had to cycle to the hospital for an ambulance. I am now 75 years of age and I still have the scar on my left knee cap. I will always remember Mike
Michael Kevin Ferguson sadly passed away 27/8/2019
I remember Mike when he was on the ground staff at Plymouth Argyle. I was all of 13 at the time, and had such a crush on him!!!The recent Argyle v Accrington game reminded me of Mike!(Argyle won, of course!!) Does anyone have his current contact details? It would be good to get back in touch after so long!
Lifelong Villa fan and have never seen a better individual goal at Villa Park than the one scored by Mike Ferguson in the 60's. Started on the half way line, beat half the Villa team before scoring in front of the Holte End. Can still see it!
i remember meeting mike ferguson a few times and always in the wellington pub in gt harwood this is in the sixtys when he played for blackburn rovers i was home from sea and a lot of the players were in the wellington pub has always whe all got drinking by the end of the night the pub whas dry he should remember that day he whas worse for ware and the rest of the team gret day les
I believe that no one could take on and pass a defender better than Fergy.