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Mark Wright is a goalscoring right winger with Shrewsbury Town. Mark began the 2010-11 season with Bristol Rovers but was sent out on a six-month loan to the Shrews. He made an instant impression with his new club, scoring two in a 4-0 win at Stockport County as the team settled into the upper echelons of League Two. A run of eight goals in eight games in November convinced Shrewsbury to sign him on a permanent basis as soon as the transfer window re-opened. A highlight was his performance against Hereford, when he netted a hat-trick, one of the strikes being a tremendous curling effort which won the club?s Goal of the Season award. Mark ended the campaign as the Shrews? leading goalscorer with 14 goals.
It was another remarkable weekend for Leicester in the Premier League, while the relegation zone is also looking a little different.
Ex Liverpool star and football pundit Alan Hansens famous Match of the Day quote 'You cannot win anything with kids'
Premier League football clubs spending on transfers this season has broken the £1bn mark for the first time with spending
Manchester City were beaten 3-1 by title rivals Leicester in their first home game since announcing Pep Guardiola will take charge next season.
Unless you have been living under a rock you might have noticed the influx of huge profile players that have
Aston Villa cant buy a win for love nor money and this is make increasing difficult when the board dont offer any funds in the transfer window.