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Harford Axed By MK Dons

At a time of the close season where news seems to have dried up, one piece of Luton related news broke this afternoon.

It appears that Mick Harford, a Luton legend, has lost his coaching position with the MK Dons.

Harford who not only played for Luton but managed, coached and also fulfilled the role of Director of Football, had been at the Buckinghamshire club for a year.

Hopefully, Mick will find employment soon.




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The Journalist

Writer: Mad Hatter Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday June 10 2013

Time: 5:50PM

 

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