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Michael Nelson









July 2003



Former Clubs

Bishop Auckland, Bury

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Micky Nelson began his career as a semi-professional at Spennymoor United and joined football league side Bury after impressive performaces in the Northern League.

In his very first season as a proffesional he gradually became a first team regular and played in 31 matches, scoring 2 goals in the process. His second season with the Shakers started poorly but he forced his way into the first team and was handed the captains armband after a string of impressive performances. Nelson won 4 player of the year awards for the 2002/03 season.

After Bury failed to win promotion Nelson returned to his native north-east to join Pools for a 70,000 fee. Nelson`s career got off to a flying start as he scored a goal from 30 yards on his debut. Nelson formed a solid patnership with Chris Westwood and won the Player of the Month award for September.

During the 2006/07 season he was instrumental in Pools promtion to League One and was made vice captain, he was also named in the PFA League Two Team of the Year. After a disappointing campaign in 07/08 he began to form a strong partnership with new signing Sam Collins but has never regained his previous standard of form. Nelson rejected the offer of a new contract at the club in the summer of 2009 and left the club.

"Micky Nelson is a strong athletic defender who never shies out of a tackle. He had some great times at the club but fell away in the last few seasons here after making too many mistakes and due to his poor distribution."

Page last updated 15th June 2009
Click here for Michael Nelson's profile at In The Mad Crowd

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