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19 February 2018

BURTON Albion legend Terry Henshaw was in attendance at the Pirelli Stadium on Saturday as the Brewers drew 0-0 with Nottingham Forest.

Henshaw, who is the cousin of Forest’s Joe Worrall, spent nine years at Burton Albion from 1999-2008 and went on to make over 250 appearances for the club.

He captained Notts County’s reserve side at the age of 19 before joining the Brewers on an initial loan deal in August 1999, which was later made permanent.

Labelled as a ‘versatile defender’ Henshaw could play anywhere across the back four, as well as the midfield positions.

After Saturday's game, Nigel Clough said: "We've got a few options, but we are fast running out of full-backs, certainly.

"There was one in the stand today called Terry Henshaw, who used to play for us a few years ago.

"He played right-back, left-back, anywhere. I wish he was a few years younger."

Terry Henshaw goes up against David Eaton of Burscough in the FA Cup (2005)

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