Martin Robinson (footballer)
|Date of birth||July 17, 1957|
|Place of birth||Ilford, England|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
He made a name for himself as a striker when moving across London to Charlton Athletic where he managed 58 goals in 228 games. After a brief loan spell at Reading F.C. (6 apps, 2 goals), he hit his most prolific form when signed for Gillingham F.C. as he netted 23 goals in 96 games for the Priestfield club.
A spell at Southend United F.C. followed where he managed 14 goals, the last of which being his 100th league goal. He wound down his professional career with a season at Cambridge United where he made 16 appearances, scoring one league goal. He also scored the winning goal for the club in a League Cup second round, first leg game against First Division Derby County, beating England goalkeeper Peter Shilton.
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