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Mike Small (BirminghamMarch 2, 1962) is a former English footballer who played as a striker and started his career with the club Luton Town FC. After he was for a short period on loan to Peterborough United FC, he played for Standard Liege in Belgium, for Go Ahead Eagles, for NAC Breda and Vitesse in Netherlands and in Greecefor PAOK Salonika.

Small played in the 1990/91 season in the Second Division for Brighton & Hove Albion and there was with 21 goals partly responsible for that his team reached the final of the play-offs.

In 1991, he moved to West Ham United Football Club where he made his debut on 17 August 1991 played against Luton Town FC. Although he scored 18 times in his first season he could not prevent his club relegated. He got a red card in the first game of the season 1992/93 and played almost no more. He played his last game for West Ham against Notts County FC on 13 March 1993.

Toward the end of his contract at West Ham United, he was briefly loaned out to Wolverhampton Wanderers FC and Charlton Athletic FC.

Career[Edit]Edit

season club competition wed. goals
1981/82 [1]

Luton Town FC

Second Division 3 0
1982/83 [2]

Luton Town FC

First Division 1 0
[3]

Peterborough United FC

Fourth Division 4 1
[4]

Go Ahead Eagles

Eredivisie 15 4
1983/84 [5]

Go Ahead Eagles

Eredivisie 30 8
1984/85 [6]

Go Ahead Eagles

Eredivisie 9 7
[7]

Standard Liege

First Class 17 1
1985/86 [8]

Standard Liege

First Class 8 1
[9]

NAC

First Division 23 2
1986/87 [10]

Go Ahead Eagles

Eredivisie 24 3
1987/88 [11]

Vitesse

First Division 26 12
1988/89 [12]

PAOK Salonika

A Division
1989/90 [13]

PAOK Salonika

A Division 31 9
1990/91 [14]

Brighton & Hove Albion

Second Division 39 13
1991/92 [15]

West Ham United FC

First Division 40 13
1992/93 [16]

West Ham United FC

Barclays League Division One 9 0
1993/94 [17]

Wolverhampton Wanderers FC

Endsleigh League Division One 3 1
[18]

Charlton Athletic FC

Endsleigh League Division One 2 0
1994 [19]

BK Häcken

Allsvenskan 4 0