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Mick Mills

Mick Mills

Clubs played for: Portsmouth, Ipswich Town, Southampton, Stoke City (1964-1987)

Born: 1949

Birthplace: Godalming, Surrey


Position: Full-back

Biography: England international full back and captain with 42 caps, played nearly 750 games for Ipswich before joining Saints in 1982 two months before his 33rd birthday He went on to play over 100 games in the next 3 seasons, followed by a final playing season at Stoke City. He then entered management with a four year spell as Potters boss, followed by a few months with Colchester United, a scouting job for Sheff Weds & coach at Birmingham City. He was also rewarded with an MBE for his long service to our national game. Since his last job in football management and coaching, and was chief scout at Sheffield Wednesday, He now lives in Suffolk and is technical director of Galaxy Sports Management. He is also Suffolk's patron for the Sir Bobby Robson Charity

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