| Mark Prudhoe|
| (1963-11-08) 8 November 1963 (age 52)|
Mark Prudhoe Wikipedia
Mark Prudhoe (born 8 November 1963) is an English former professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper for 17 different Football League clubs.
Prudhoe was born in Washington, Tyne and Wear and began his career with Sunderland and became a typical journeyman footballer. After a loan spell with Hartlepool United Prudhoe had short spells with Birmingham City, Walsall, Doncaster Rovers, Sheffield Wednesday, Grimsby Town, a return to Hartlepool United, Bristol City and Carlisle United. He then joined Darlington in 1989, where he picked up winner's medals for both the Football Conference and the Football League Fourth Division title.
This earned him a moved to Stoke City where he played 38 times in 1993–94, 48 times in 1995–96 and 15 in 1996–97. Whilst at Stoke Prudhoe spent time out on loan at Peterborough United, Liverpool and York City. He then went on to play for Bradford City, a second spell at Darlington, Southend United, a second spell at Bradford and ended his career at Macclesfield Town.
Following his retirement as a player, Prudhoe was appointed goalkeeping coach at Hull City in 2005, and in 2011 returned to Sunderland to coach in their academy.Darlington
Football Conference winner: 1989–90
Fourth Division winner: 1990–91
Stoke City player of the year: 1996