Soccer Player

Martin Foyle

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Age 60
Birthday May 21963
Birth Sign Taurus
City England
Country England
Profession Soccer Player

Martin Foyle is a famous Soccer Player, born on May 2, 1963 in United Kingdom. As of December 2022, Martin Foyle’s net worth is $5 Million. He went on to start a career managing soccer teams after his playing days were over.

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Martin Foyle Biography

Striker who won the Football League Trophy in 1992-1993 and was selected as the Port Vale Player of the Year in 1995 and 1999. Following continuing non-payment of money owed to him by the club, Foyle issued a winding-up petition against Hereford United Football Club (1939) Ltd..

He got married in June 1985.

Martin John Foyle (born 2 May 1963) is an English former professional footballer and manager. In his 20-year playing career he played 533 League games, scoring 155 goals. As a manager, he took charge of Port Vale and York City, Northwich Victoria, Hereford United and Southport.

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Foyle was born in Salisbury, Wiltshire, where he made his name in local football, before Football League referee Tony Glasson recommended him to Lawrie McMenemy, manager of Southampton. He joined Southampton as a trainee in 1980, signing as a professional on 13 August of that year.

Martin Foyle Net Worth

Martin Foyle is one of the richest Soccer Player & listed on most popular Soccer Player. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Martin Foyle‘s net worth $5 Million.

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He played youth soccer for Southampton in 1980.

Foyle was born in Salisbury, Wiltshire, where he made his name in local football, before Football League referee Tony Glasson recommended him to Lawrie McMenemy, manager of Southampton. He joined Southampton as a trainee in 1980, signing as a professional on 13 August of that year.

On 25 October 1983, he came on as a second-half substitute for Ian Baird in a League Cup match at home to Carlisle United. His 86th-minute goal brought the tie level on aggregate and was followed by the winner in extra-time. In the next round, Foyle came on as a sixth-minute substitute for Mark Wright, who had broken his nose in a collision with his own goalkeeper, Alistair Sperring, but was unable to prevent Southampton going out 2–1 to Rotherham United. He spent a few weeks on loan with Blackburn Rovers in March 1984, without making any first-team appearances, before joining Aldershot on 3 August 1984 for a fee of £10,000.

He spent the summer of 1982 from May to October playing on loan with Swedish Division 5 side IFK Munkfors, which helped his development, scoring 30 goals in 22 appearances as Munkfors were promoted for the first time since 1959. Shortly after his return to Southampton he made his first team debut on 15 January 1983 in a 1–1 draw at home to Coventry City.

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He featured for Oxford in the First Division during two seasons and scored 44 goals in 151 appearances for the club. The club avoided a relegation play-off in 1986–87 by two points, before a last place finish in 1987–88, after which manager Maurice Evans was replaced by Mark Lawrenson. Lawrenson resigned in October 1988, and was replaced by Brian Horton; Oxford then posted mid-table finishes in the Second Division in 1988–89, 1989–90, and 1990–91.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Soccer Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United Kingdom. Martin Foyle celebrates birthday on May 2 of every year.

Foyle married Jacqueline Churchill in Salisbury in 1985.

He made 98 appearances and scored 35 goals in the league for Aldershot, as the “Shots” posted mid-table finishes in the Fourth Division in 1984–85 under Ron Harris. Foyle was named as Aldershot Town Player of the Season for the 1984–85 campaign. Harris was replaced by Len Walker for the 1985–86 campaign, and another mid-table finish ensued. The club won promotion in 1986–87 after beating Wolverhampton Wanderers 3–0 in the play-off Final. However Foyle missed out on the celebrations, as he was transferred to Oxford United on 26 March 1987 for a fee of £140,000, of which Southampton received £40,000.

During his time at Port Vale, Foyle scored 107 goals, making him the club’s record post-war goalscorer. Some of his important goals include a late equaliser in a League Cup tie at Liverpool in 1991, two at Brighton which sealed promotion in 1994, and one in a game at Huddersfield Town in 1998 which saved the club from relegation.

He signed for Port Vale on 25 June 1991 for a club record fee of £375,000. His first game was against former club Oxford at Vale Park, and he scored both goals in a 2–1 win. Although he finished as leading scorer in the 1991–92 campaign with 16 goals, the club finished bottom of the Second Division that season and were relegated.

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