Ian Ferguson

[writer] Ian Ferguson is a Canadian author and playwright. He is the brother of journalist and author Will Ferguson, with whom he co-wrote the 2001 book How to Be a Canadian (Even If You Already Are One). Ferguson won the Stephen Leacock Award in 2004 for Village of the Small Houses, a biography and humorous look at growing up in Fort Vermi...
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Ian Ferguson

[footballer, born 1968] Ian Ferguson (born August 5, 1968 in Dunfermline) is a Scottish former professional footballer. He played for ten clubs in a seventeen-year senior career. ==Career== Ferguson began his career at junior club Lochgelly Albert in the 1980s. In 1987, he signed professional terms with Raith Rovers, and went on to make 111...
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Ian Ferguson

[canoeist] Ian Gordon Ferguson, {post-nominals|post-noms=MBE} (born 20 July 1952), is New Zealand`s most successful Olympian, competing in K1, K2, and K4 kayak events. He first competed at the Montreal, Canada Olympic Games in 1976 and again at Moscow, Russia Olympic Games in 1980. Ian Ferguson was born in Taumarunui and was a successful sp...
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Ian Ferguson

[footballer, born 1967] Ian Ferguson (born 15 March 1967) is a former professional footballer, manager and current Director of Football at Northern Fury FC. Ferguson, who possessed the superstition of having to play with the right side of his shirt hanging outside of his shorts, is one of the Rangers players elected to the club`s Hall of Fa...
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