Date: 20th September 2009 at 10:34am
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After going seven Championship games without a win, I expect Darren Ferguson was more than a little nervous when the side walked in, at half time, trailing 2-0 to Reading.

However, Fergie gambled, made two substitutions and the rest, as they say, is history.

After the game Fergie recalled his half time speech in his post match interview, remarking,

“At half-time, I said it could go one of two ways. We could hide or stand up.”

“It was a monkey off our backs getting the first win. Maybe, it will be the changing point in our season.”


Here`s hoping so Fergie, the beer certainly tasted better last night than it has done all season!


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