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... Sanchez and Ashley Westwood. Relating back to the quarter-final, the former FC Groningen player reminds me of Barry Ferguson, calm and composed on the ball and always looking for that killer pass. Looking at Blues' frontline past and current it's ... Comment?
... and hair colour. Birmingham City start their pre-season training in Westendorf, Austria, with new signings Barry Ferguson (L) and Joe Hart (R). Pictured with manager Alex McLeish (C). Credit: Tim Easthope / newsteam.co.uk 20/7/2009. "Rita my ... Comment?
... Yeung era and all they got in return was 12 appearances in a season-and-a-bit. Unable to oust Lee Bowyer, Barry Ferguson and later Craig Gardner he became an expensive mistake. He was technically good but never got to grips with the harem-scarem ... Comment?
... others were disaffected after Premier League relegation and also knew they were on the selling block. Barry Ferguson flew home early to complete a move to Blackpool; the likes of Ben Foster and Scott Dann knew they were heading out, following Craig ... Comment?
BARRY is backing his former team to beat Queen of the South and set up a semi final with Hibs - who's former striker Ricardo Vaz Te deprived him of a career swansong in England's top flight when at Blackpool. Ricardo Vaz Te of West Ham celebrates his goal during the npower Championship - Playoff Final between West Ham United and Blackpool at Wembley Stadium IT was a former Hibs player who ruined my chances of a career swansong in the best league in the world when I was at Blackpool. Comment?
Former Birmingham City and Scotland midfielder Barry Ferguson retired this week, but he has reminisced fondly on his time at Blues - save for the painful night of the League Cup win! Blackpool's Barry Ferguson with a Movember moustache during the npower Football League Championship match at Bloomfield Road, Blackpool, in November 2011 In the week Barry Ferguson announced he had hung up his boots the former Scotland and Rangers captain has highlighted Birmingham City's role in helping him reinvent himself as a more professional footballer. Comment?
BARRY reflects on his playing career as he brings down the curtain after 18 years and 700 club appearances - and picks out his two greatest moments and the one he'll regret forever. AS a kid of eight years old the only thing I wanted from life was to play professional football for Rangers and Scotland. Comment?
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