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Martin Clark (footballer)

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Full nameMartin Clark
Place of birthMotherwell, Scotland
Playing positionMidfielder

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Martin Clark (born 13 October 1968 in Motherwell), is a former Scottish football player who last worked as assistant manager at Scottish Football League Third Division side East Stirling, working under his long term boss Jim McInally, with whom he also worked at Greenock Morton and for the youth teams at Celtic.

Clark began his career with Hamilton Academical but did not make a senior appearance for them. He was signed for Clyde, by his father John, and spent two years with the club before transferring to Nottingham Forest. His move to Nottingham was unsuccessful, and after two loan spells, he joined Mansfield Town. He returned to Scotland in 1992, joining Clyde's arch-rivals Partick Thistle. He stayed there for a season, before rejoining Clyde. He went on to have spells with Macclesfield Town and Albion Rovers, before retiring in 1997 after a short spell in the juniors with Armadale Thistle.

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