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Former Wealdstone defender to release book charting non-league career

PUBLISHED: 10:00 10 September 2018 | UPDATED: 15:51 10 September 2018

Former Wealdstone midfielder Fergus Moore has co-authored 'And Sometimes, The Dog Was Busy' with Roger Slater

Former Wealdstone midfielder Fergus Moore has co-authored 'And Sometimes, The Dog Was Busy' with Roger Slater

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Fergus Moore, who had three spells with Stones, has co-authored ‘And Sometimes, The Dog Was Busy’ with Roger Slater

A former Wealdstone defender is releasing a book detailing his career around the lower leagues.

‘And Sometimes, The Dog Was Busy!’ charts Fergus Moore’s career through non-league football since being released as an 18-year-old by Brentford, with his dreams of being a professional put on hold.

The book, co-authored by Roger Slater, details the managers, players and clubs Moore has come across, and the things he’s seen in his 28-year career to date.

After playing for 20 non-league clubs in Middlesex and Hertfordshire and with over 1200 games under his belt, Moore now strives to feed that knowledge and experience into his management style as player-boss of Edgware Town.

Earlier in his career, Moore enjoyed three spells with Stones, having played for the club from 1995-1999, again from 2001-2002 and finally 2006-2008.

‘And Sometimes, The Dog Was Busy’, detailing Moore’s career in non-league football, will be available from all good booksellers from September 24.

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