Mark Pembridge

Where is Mark Pembridge now?

Former Welsh midfielder Mark Pembridge retired from playing in 2007 after four seasons at Fulham.

Playing for 18 seasons, he racked up over 500 first-team domestic appearances for six different clubs including a spell in Portugal with Benfica.

He was also an important part of the Wales international side between 1991 and 2004 and went onto make 54 appearances.

Upon hanging up his boots, Pembridge returned to Fulham as a coach within their youth academy where he spent seven years before moving upto first team coach after the appointment of Kit Symons as manager in October 2014.

When Symons was sacked by the club and replaced by Slavisa Jokanovic, Pembridge return to coaching within the club’s academy as head coach of the under-18’s team before moving into his current role as coach of the under-23’s group.

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Mark Pembridge: Premier League Statistics

NationalityWelsh
PositionMidfielder
Appearances229
Goals17
Yellow Cards23
Red Cards0
Premier League Teams Played forEverton, Fulham, Sheffield Wednesday

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com