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Phil Turner (footballer, born 1962)

Phil Turner (footballer, born 1962)

English footballer
Phil Turner (footballer, born 1962)
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Intro English footballer
Is Athlete Football player Association football player
From United Kingdom
Type Sports
Gender male
Birth 12 February 1962, Sheffield
Age 59 years
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Biography

Phil Turner (born 12 February 1962 in Sheffield, England) is a retired English footballer.
Turner, a central midfielder, began his career at Lincoln City with whom he won promotion to the Third Division in 1981 under Colin Murphy, and formed midfield partnerships with Glenn Cockerill and then Neil Redfearn before joining Grimsby Town in 1986. In May 1985 he was to witness a nightmare when 56 spectators were killed in a horrendous stand fire while playing Bradford City. A brief spell at Leicester City followed before he joined Notts County in 1989. He would become a stalwart of the Magpies side, winning back-to-back promotions in 1990 and 1991, and remained at the club until his retirement in 1996.

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