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==Career==

==Career==

Blake started out as a trainee at [[Aston Villa F.C.|Aston Villa]], where he played a total of 31 games, scoring two goals. He had a brief loan spell at [[Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C.|Wolverhampton Wanderers]] during early 1991, before leaving Villa for [[Portsmouth F.C.|Portsmouth]] in August 1993 for £400,000. During his time at Villa, the club finished runners-up in the league twice, and Blake was capped nine times at under-21 level for England.

Blake started out as a trainee at [[Aston Villa F.C.|Aston Villa]], where he played a total of 31 games, scoring two goals. He had a brief loan spell at [[Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C.|Wolverhampton Wanderers]] during early 1991, before leaving Villa for [[Portsmouth F.C.|Portsmouth]] in August 1993 for £400,000.

He played just 15 games for Portsmouth before he returned to the Midlands less than eight months later when [[Leicester City F.C.|Leicester City]] paid £360,000 for him in March 1994 on transfer deadline day, two months before they won promotion to the [[Premier League]].<ref>{{cite web|author=Trevor Haylett |url= |title=Football: Peacock goes but Francis stays: Mixed day at Queen’s Park Rangers while Limpar joins Everton and Beagrie hops to City – Sport |work=The Independent |date=1994-03-25 |access-date=2011-11-15}}</ref>

He played just 15 games for Portsmouth before he returned to the Midlands less than eight months later when [[Leicester City F.C.|Leicester City]] paid £360,000 for him in March 1994 on transfer deadline day, two months before they won promotion to the [[Premier League]].<ref>{{cite web|author=Trevor Haylett |url= |title=Football: Peacock goes but Francis stays: Mixed day at Queen’s Park Rangers while Limpar joins Everton and Beagrie hops to City – Sport |work=The Independent |date=1994-03-25 |access-date=2011-11-15}}</ref>


Latest revision as of 23:34, 5 February 2024

English footballer

Mark Anthony Blake (born 16 December 1970) is an English former professional footballer who played in midfielder.

He notably played in the Premier League for both Aston Villa and Leicester City, as well as in the Football League for Wolverhampton Wanderers, Portsmouth, Walsall, Mansfield Town and Kidderminster Harriers.

Blake started out as a trainee at Aston Villa, where he played a total of 31 games, scoring two goals. He had a brief loan spell at Wolverhampton Wanderers during early 1991, before leaving Villa for Portsmouth in August 1993 for £400,000.

He played just 15 games for Portsmouth before he returned to the Midlands less than eight months later when Leicester City paid £360,000 for him in March 1994 on transfer deadline day, two months before they won promotion to the Premier League.[1]

He made 47 appearances for Leicester in two years before he dropped through the leagues to join Walsall. He spent two seasons at Walsall before his contract expired and he signed for Mansfield Town in August 1999. After two seasons and 83 league games he made his final move to Kidderminster Harriers.

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