Darren Ferguson To Reach Special Landmark

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Darren Ferguson To Reach Special Landmark

Post by tonyp » 28 Mar 2017, 22:24

From the Vital Football Doncaster site.

Doncaster Rovers manager Darren Ferguson will reach a landmark when his side step out at Grimsby Town on Saturday.

Ferguson will take charge of his 500th game since stepping into management at Peterborough United in January 2007.

The son of former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, who took charge of over 2000 games during his glittering career, had two spells at Peterborough as well as a short spell at Preston North End.

He joined Doncaster in October 2015 and the game at Grimsby will be his 84th in charge of Doncaster, on a day when they could confirm promotion back to League One.

It would be a fourth promotion for Ferguson, who helped Peterborough to promotion on three occasions, twice from League One and once from League Two.

Read more: http://www.doncaster.vitalfootball.co.u ... z4ceqrrLdz
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Re: Darren Ferguson To Reach Special Landmark

Post by stuie » 28 Mar 2017, 22:27

tonyp wrote:From the Vital Football Doncaster site.

Doncaster Rovers manager Darren Ferguson will reach a landmark when his side step out at Grimsby Town on Saturday.

Ferguson will take charge of his 500th game since stepping into management at Peterborough United in January 2007.

The son of former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, who took charge of over 2000 games during his glittering career, had two spells at Peterborough as well as a short spell at Preston North End.

He joined Doncaster in October 2015 and the game at Grimsby will be his 84th in charge of Doncaster, on a day when they could confirm promotion back to League One.

It would be a fourth promotion for Ferguson, who helped Peterborough to promotion on three occasions, twice from League One and once from League Two.

Read more: http://www.doncaster.vitalfootball.co.u ... z4ceqrrLdz
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Re: Darren Ferguson To Reach Special Landmark

Post by tonyp » 06 May 2017, 22:17

Fergie's not very popular with the Doncaster Rovers fans.
They lost the last game at Hartlepool but retained automatic promotion from 3rd place.
The home fans all stood to applaud the 976 travelling Rovers fans as the attendance was read out. (Total attendance 6799).
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