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Who is Bobby Ferguson?
Robert Burnitt "Bobby" Ferguson is an English former footballer. He played as a full-back for Newcastle United, Derby County, Cardiff City and Newport County and also football manager, coach and scout. In the 1970–71 season he was player-manager at Newport County A.F.C..
He was coach of the Ipswich team than won the FA Youth Cup in the 1970s and followed Cyril Lea after the 1978 FA Cup final win at Wembley, as 1st team coach, leading them to winning the UEFA Cup in 1981.
He took over as manager of Ipswich Town in the summer of 1982 following the departure of his fellow Geordie, Bobby Robson who left Ipswich to become manager of England. He kept his job after relegation from the First Division in 1986 but was replaced by John Duncan the following year, after Ipswich failed to win promotion.
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