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Stuart Hicks

Stuart Hicks

Clubs played for: Peterborough United, Colchester United, Scunthorpe United, Doncaster Rovers, Huddersfield Town, Preston North End, Scarborough, Leyton Orient, Chester City, Mansfield Town, Hucknall Town




Biography: Something of a journey-man, Hicks rouned off his long career at non league Hucknall Town and opened his first clothing shop in Scarborough in 2002. Now as of 2012, he has two shops and a website, the company is called Mainline Menswear

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Hicks, Stuart Stuart Hicks helped send Preston North End to Wembley in 1994 after a stellar performance and a goal in the League II play-off second leg v Torquay United at Deepdale. One story is that Hicks, having never played at Wembley, invited all his family to attend the Final against Wycombe Wanderers, fully expecting to be in the starting line-up. Just before kickoff, North End Manager John Beck told Hicks that he was not in the team. Rumour has it that Hicks had Beck up against the wall. Hicks replacement, Jamie Squires, had a stinker and even scored and own goal. Poetic justice some would say. Is it true? Maybe Stuart can tell us!
07-09-20 Ironical

Hicks, Stuart stuart hicks is my uncle and I know that he has just lost his brither as I have just lost my dad but also he is well and is still in the clothing business

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