Martin Paterson

Martin Paterson

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Martin Andrew Paterson (born 10 May 1987 in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent) is an English born Northern Irish footballer who plays as a striker for English Championship side Burnley. He has previously played for Stoke City, Grimsby Town and Scunthorpe United.


Stoke City

Paterson made his debut for Stoke as a late substitute for Chris Greenacre in the 2–0 win over Plymouth Argyle on 16 April 2005 His first start came in March 2006 against Leeds United and he hit his first goal six months later, against Sheffield Wednesday. He made a total of 12 league appearances (two starts) before moving to Grimsby on loan in November 2006, initially for a month.

On loan at Grimsby in League Two, he scored on his club debut — 25 November 2006 against Accrington Stanley. Grimsby extended his loan stay for an extra two months. In February 2007, Paterson returned to parent club Stoke City after serving the maximum stay at Grimsby.

Scunthorpe United

In the summer of 2007, Paterson was signed by Scunthorpe United manager Nigel Adkins as a replacement for the departed Billy Sharp.

He scored on his full début for Scunthorpe, putting the side 1–0 up before they lost 2–1 to League One side Hartlepool United in the League Cup.

On 2 November 2007, Paterson's record of seven goals in 11 starts saw him get a first call-up to the senior Northern Ireland squad for the matches against Denmark and Spain.

On 29 January 2008,...
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