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Jamie MACKIE

Number 12

D.O.B.

22/09/1985

Birthplace

Dorking

Height

1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)

Position

AMRL, SC

Signed

16.06.2010

Fee

Free Transfer

Former Clubs

Wimbledon, Milton Keynes Dons, Exeter City, Sutton United (L), Plymouth Argyle, Nottingham Forest, Reading (L)

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Enthusiastic forward Jamie Mackie is one of the final surviving members of the Wimbledon squad that converted to Milton Keynes in 2004.

He made a combined 16 appearances for the club before joining Exeter City in 2005. His goals for the Grecians, following a successfull loan spell at Sutton United, saw him make a 125,000 move to rivals Plymouth Argyle.

The forward continued to impress with his infectious work-rate and showed his vast potential despite seeing Argyle relegated from the Championship.

He joined Queens Park Rangers for an undisclosed fee and despite a blistering start his season was curtailed by a broken leg against Blackburn Rovers.

His early goals certainly spurred QPR to promotion and his return marked an upturn in fortune, albeit used sparingly at times. He was instrumental in Rangers' survival bid, scoring crucial goals at crucial times - notably against Liverpool and Manchester City.

His individual performances couldn't emulate the heights of 2011-12, and he failed to score on a consistent basis, played either wide-right or as a solitary striker. This culminated in Rangers' relegation in 2013.

Mackie subsequently left for promotion rivals Nottingham Forest in the summer of 2013, but left for Reading on loan after an indifferent spell at the City Ground.

He marked his return to Loftus Road on June 16th 2015 following Rangers relegation to the Championship.

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