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Gary Micklewhite

Gary Micklewhite

Stats

Position: Defender
First Appearance: 17-08-1996 vs Stalybridge Celtic
Appearances: 15
First Goal: N/A
Goals: 0

Bio

Gary Micklewhite was a British footballer who played for QPR and Derby County in the 1980s.

Gary signed for QPR from Manchester United in 1979. He came on a free transfer, signed by former United boss Tommy Docherty and made his debut in a 2-0 win against Blackburn Rovers in October 1981. Gary came on as a substitute for Clive Allen in the 1982 FA Cup Final and started the replay, scoring a goal which was disallowed. In all Gary played 106 league games scoring 11 goals for QPR before moving to Derby County in 1985.

Joined up with the Rebels towards the end of his career and was offered a coaching position with a league side midway through the season which was too good an opportunity for the defender to turn down.

History

Match Date Home Score Away Competition Goals Cards
05-10-1996 Slough Town 1-2 Morecambe League Match report
01-10-1996 Slough Town 3-0 Woking League Match report
28-09-1996 Bromsgrove Rovers 4-1 Slough Town League Match report
24-09-1996 Slough Town 1-1 Kettering Town League Match report
21-09-1996 Slough Town 2-2 Hednesford Town League Match report
17-09-1996 Dover Athletic 0-0 Slough Town League Match report
14-09-1996 Slough Town 2-0 Bromsgrove Rovers League Match report
10-09-1996 Welling United 3-2 Slough Town League Match report
07-09-1996 Southport 0-1 Slough Town League Match report
03-09-1996 Slough Town 5-2 Bath City League Match report
31-08-1996 Slough Town 0-1 Altrincham League Match report
26-08-1996 Kidderminster Harriers 1-2 Slough Town League Match report
24-08-1996 Halifax Town 4-1 Slough Town League Match report
20-08-1996 Slough Town 5-0 Rushden & Diamonds League Match report
17-08-1996 Slough Town 4-1 Stalybridge Celtic League Match report

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