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Name  Scott Mulholland

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Scott Mulholland (born 7 September 1986) is an English professional footballer, who played in one match for Queens Park Rangers in 2005.

Mulholland joined Woolwich Youth FC of the Bexley league at the age of eight, at the time managed by his father. A year later, at age nine, Mullholland was accepted into the youth ranks of the West London football club Queens Park Rangers, turning down a chance to play with Ajax. Mulholland continued at Woolwich Youth as a centre forward, scoring 211 goals in 5 years. During this period Scott also represented Bexley Borough and Kent county football sides.

Scott was invited by manager Ian Holloway to train with the QPR first team in 2004. After training with the team for several months and playing understudy to Canadian international midfielder Marc Bircham, Mulholland was loaned out in February 2005 to Hastings United of the Isthmian League in a three-month deal. After only two weeks, however, Mulholland was recalled by QPR due to an injury crisis.

He made his only first team appearance on 19 April 2005 when he came off the bench to replace Marc Bircham with 69 minutes of the game against Burnley played. QPR were at the time losing 1–0. Mulholland came close to equalising the score with a header, but goalkeeper Brian Jensen pulled off a magnificent save to deny the midfielder a debut goal. Ade Akinbiyi later scored his second goal of the game to give Burnley a 2–0 victory.


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