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Mark Madge - Defender

1st Debut : Dorchester Town (H) - 17/11/90
Last Game : Weymouth (H) - 04/12/90

2nd Debut : Chelmsford City (H) - 09/03/91
Last Game : Cheltenham Town (A) - 09/04/91

3rd Debut : Gravesend & Northfleet (A) - 28/04/91
Last Game : Barry Town (A) - 25/11/91

Mark Madge originally joined the club on loan from Bristol City in November 1990, making his debut at home to Dorchester Town in a 1-1 draw.

His first spell saw him play four games but his return to Ashton Gate, where he played just the once for the first team in a Leyland DAF Trophy match against Notts County was ended when Jimmy Lumsden took over from Joe Jordan as manager.

He returned to Meadow Park for a second spell on loan starting a further five games, including the County Cup final victory over Cheltenham Town but his professional career was at an end.

After an impressive pre-season with the Tigers he was one player who was awarded a contract while bigger names were being shipped out during the fallout of the sudden end of the Les Alderman regime.

Mark was a regular under Brian Godfrey for the first half of the 1991/2 campaign but as soon as Steve Millard took over it was clear that Madge was deemed surplus to requirements and he was released.

Mark made his debut for Mangotsfield United on 27th November 1991 at Chippenham Town where they won 3-2. He played in the 1991/2 season, 1992/3, then left for a couple of seasons before coming back in 1995/6. He made a total of 72(5) apps and scored 16 goals for the Cossham Street outfit.

He signed for Bath City in the summer of 1996 and made a dozen appearances before becoming another victim of their revolving door transfer policy during the difficult 1996-97 season eventually ending up at Clevedon Town.

 Mark Madge

Avon Athletic, Bristol City (1-0), Gloucester City (loan), Scarborough (loan), Torquay United (tr), Gloucester City, Mangotsfield United (72-5-16), Bath City (12-0), Clevedon Town

Appearances & Goals:

Season Apps Subs Goals
 1990/91     9      -      -  
 1991/92    12      6      -  
Total   21      6      -  

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Page last updated : 28th November 2010

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