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Rovers Hall of Fame: The right wingers
8:00am Saturday 23rd June 2012 in Rovers Hall of Fame
Continuing our Hall of Fame series, we look at Blackburn Rovers right wingers.
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'Dougie' made 503 appearances between 1952-69 for Rovers. He won promotion to Division One in 1958 and helped Rovers reach the FA Cup final in 1960.
Douglas has become one of Rovers’ iconic figures. His quick feet, sublime skills and and tenacity made up for his small frame as he thrilled the Ewood faithful for almost 20 years.
He was awarded 36 England caps.
He made 249 appearances between 1962-68.
‘Fergie’ is Fondly remembered by Blackburn Rovers fans for his entertaining displays during the 1960’s.
A mercurial talent capable of winning any game with a moment of magic, but with a fiery temperament to match.
He made 367 appearances between 1977-87 and won 27 caps for Northern Ireland.
Arrived at Ewood Park on a free transfer after being released by Tottenham and quickly became a fans favourite.
The red-headed winger, who could play on either flank, was regarded as one of the trickiest outside the top flight.
He made 228 appearances between 1992-98.
He was part of the Rovers team who won the Premier League in 1995 and was awarded two England caps.
When he signed for Rovers in July 1992 for £1.2million from Middlesbrough, he became the club’s record signing.
He made 133 appearances between 2005-08 and won seven England caps.
Bentley featured regularly for Rovers on the right flank and played a key role in helping them qualify for Europe in 2006.
He was a regular goal scorer for the club and was regarded by many as one of the best young players in the country.
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