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Mark Barham

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Full nameMark Francis Barham
Playing positionMidfielder

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Mark Barham (born 12 July 1962 in Folkestone) is a former English professional footballer, who played as a right-winger.

Mark was a product of the Norwich City youth team, and made his debut in the 1979-80 season against Manchester United.

He played 213 times for Norwich City and scored 25 times. While at Norwich, he was capped twice by England on their 1983 trip to Australia. He was a member of the Norwich sides that won the Milk Cup in 1985 and the second division championship in 1986.

Mark also played for Huddersfield and Middlesbrough, where a serious knee injury threatened to end his full-time career. He later played for Brighton, before ending his professional career at Shrewsbury.

As well as working on corporate hospitality for Norwich, Barham also runs his own tool hire company in Norwich.

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