Nigel Worthington
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"Nigel Worthington" is a Northern Irish former professional Association football/footballer who was most recently the Manager (association football)/manager of York City F.C./York City.

He played a Defender (association football)/defender and a midfielder, playing his club football for Ballymena United F.C./Ballymena United, Notts County F.C./Notts County, Sheffield Wednesday F.C./Sheffield Wednesday, Leeds United A.F.C./Leeds United, Stoke City F.C./Stoke City and Blackpool F.C./Blackpool. With Sheffield Wednesday he won the Football League Cup/League Cup in 1991 Football League Cup Final/1991. As an international player, he was Cap (sport)/capped 66 times for Northern Ireland national football team/Northern Ireland, and appeared for them at the 1986 FIFA World Cup.

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He is a quality Premier League player and gives us a wealth of experience. Hopefully he can be a part of keeping us in the Premier League.

It's frustrating but Darren had the courage to take it.

The Football Club in this situation has been first class. The deal between us and Crystal Palace had nothing in it. It was a family factor, and maybe going back to his home territory had something to do with it.

In six games so far I can't remember us creating so many chances. But that's football, that's life in general. No one said it would be easy.

You'll have to ask the referee about it. He gave the decisions he saw fit to give.

I am delighted to get a player of Simon's quality.

The referee was spot on and I've got no complaints. You can't react the way Darren reacted towards the referee. If it's for foul and abusive language, then I support the referee's decision 100 per cent. There's an internal disciplinary situation that will be put in place.

Come this stage of the season the result is everything, the performance will come second and it was exactly that today. But the job's to be completed.

We've kept the faith and this was a deserved victory.