Mick was a legend of non-league football and had spent a long and established career in local semi-professional football.
A popular man, described as many colleagues and former players as a "true gentleman" had been with Chasetown FC for many seasons and had been the heart beat of the Chasetown physio room along with Ted Highfield and Gary McHale.
Former captain Lee Parsons and said, "glad I had the pleasure of working with you and being a part of so many memories together."
Scholars Assistant Manager Cameron Stuart added, "This was really hard news to take before our game tonight. A man that never stopped smiling and couldn't do enough to help you. Made me feel welcome from day 1 at Chasetown and his positivity was always there no matter the result. He has helped so many over the years. A true legend of a man and my thoughts are with his family."
Another former skipper Rob Simcox said, "Mick was a top bloke. He put me back together after several bad injuries. But more than just his skills as a physio is the great atmosphere that came with him. It's no coincidence that he was involved with successful sides as he was key in creating a winning team environment"
Updated 20:58 - 23 Feb 2017 by Paul Mullins