Marcus Gayle

Marcus Gayle

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Marcus Anthony Gayle (born 27 September 1970, Hammersmith, London) is an English born Jamaican former professional footballer who played as a striker or winger, though towards the end of his career he also played as a central defender. He is the current reserve team manager of AFC Wimbledon.

As a player, Gayle played from 1989 until 2008, notably in the Premier League for Wimbledon and Watford, and in the Scottish Premier League for Rangers. He has also played for Brentford, KuPS and Aldershot Town before ending his career with AFC Wimbledon, the supporter owned club that was formed out of the ashes of the former Wimbledon who had become the Milton Keynes Dons. Gayle became the second player to feature for both clubs following Jermaine Darlington. Gayle also earned 14 caps for the Jamaica national football team, featuring in FIFA World Cup 1998 in France.

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Gayle started his career at Brentford in 1988, scoring 26 goals in 193 appearances for the Bees. He was loaned to KuPS in 1990, before becoming a regular player in the Brentford side under new manager Phil Holder in 1990-91, when the Bees qualified for the playoffs but lost to eventual promotion winners Tranmere Rovers in the semi finals. He played 33 games in the Third Division that season, scoring six goals. He was a key part in their Third Division title success for the 1991-92 season, scoring 6 goals in 38 games to give Brentford a place in the new Division One, as the old Second Division would...
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