Mark Leonard


Mark Leonard is an English former professional footballer who had a lengthy career playing as a striker for various Football League clubs. He was born on September 27, 1962, in St Helens, Merseyside. Leonard began his career with non-league side Witton Albion in 1981 before moving on to play for clubs such as Everton, Tranmere Rovers (on loan), Crewe Alexandra, Stockport County, Bradford City, Rochdale, Preston North End, Chester City, and Wigan Athletic.

During his career, Mark Leonard played over 400 league games and scored nearly 100 goals. His success rate since the beginning of his career is recorded at 37%. Leonard's career spanned from 1981 to 1999, showcasing his longevity and contributions to various clubs.

While there is limited specific information available about his time at Tranmere Rovers, it is known that he had a loan spell at the club during his career. Tranmere Rovers is a club based in England and competes in League Two, the FA Cup, the EFL Cup, and the EFL Trophy.

For more detailed information about Mark Leonard's specific contributions to Tranmere Rovers, further research or additional sources may be needed.

Debut: Darlington (1983-02-15)

Season Starts Goals Assists Headers Free Kicks Penalties Yellow Cards Red Cards
1982 6 (1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 6 (1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Season In/Out Fee
Everton Free Transfer
Season Competition Start/Sub Opposition Goals Subbed By/For
1982 League Start Darlington (1983-02-15) 0
1982 League Sub Mansfield Town (1983-04-16) 0 Barry Wellings
1982 League Start Halifax Town (1983-04-23) 0
1982 League Start Hereford United (1983-04-30) 0
1982 League Start Bury (1983-05-07) 0
1982 League Start Crewe Alexandra (1983-05-13) 0
1982 League Start Rochdale (1983-05-16) 0