Date: 12th February 2020 at 5:12pm
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On this day, back in 1959, somebody we’ve all grown to admire, respect and love was born.

Today, a certain Michael Gordon Harford celebrates his birthday.

As a player, Mick pulled on the shirts of:

• Lincoln City
• Newcastle United
• Bristol City
• Birmingham City
• Luton Town
• Derby County
• Luton Town (again)
• Chelsea
• Coventry City
• Wimbledon

On the managerial front, Mick has sat in the hot seat at:

• Nottingham Forest (caretaker)
• Rotherham United
• Queens Park Rangers (caretaker)
• Luton Town
• Queens Park Rangers (caretaker again)
• Luton Town

But us Hatters remember Mick for his exploits on the pitch, his plundering of goals, his physical attributes and his never-say-die attitude.

As a manager, he’ll be remembered as being the one who stepped in when Nathan Jones opted to move to Stoke City, steadied the ship and guided us to the Championship.

Today, wouldn’t it be a lovely birthday present if the team could take the three points on offer against Sheffield Wednesday.

Meanwhile, I’m sure you’ll join me in wishing Mick all the best on his birthday.

Happy Birthday Michael Gordon Harford.

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One Reply to “It’s Happy Birthday To A Luton Town Legend”

  • Here here MH, what a player/manager/Luton Town legend.. if the current playing incumbents had even half his skill & desire we would win 10-0 tonight lol! Yes happy birthday ‘Big Mick’ & thanks for the memories. You deserve the freedom of Luton (if you haven’t already got it) my son.

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