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Mark McCammon (born 7 August 1978, Barnetmarker, Londonmarker) is a Barbadian football player. He currently plays for Gillingham and is a Barbados international.


McCammon played four games for Cambridge United on a non-contract basis between August 1997 and March 1999. He signed for Charlton Athletic on 9 March 1999 and played with them until July 2000. He had a loan spell at Swindon Town between 2 January 2000 and 7 February 2000 while with Charlton.

McCammon signed for Brentford on 14 July 2000. He totalled 15 goals in 80 games for the Bees before leaving in 2003.

McCammon joined Millwall on 27 March 2003 and made 23 appearances for the club, scoring two goals. However, his time in Bermondseymarker is as notable for an incident with Moses Ashikodi in which McCammon was reportedly threatened with a knife. Nevertheless, he made a substitute appearance in the 2004 FA Cup Final as Millwall went down 0-3 to Manchester United, coming on for Neil Harris in the 75th minute. He was loaned to Brighton & Hove Albion on 15 December 2004 and signed a permanent deal with the Seagulls on 3 February 2005. He played with Bristol City, in another loan deal, while with Brighton.

McCammon moved to Doncaster Rovers on 3 August 2006. He wore shirt number 9 for the Rovers, and scored his first two goals of the 2006-07 season in the Football League Cup game against Rochdale on 22 August 2006. He has the honour of being the first player to score at the Keepmoat Stadiummarker, the new home of Doncaster Rovers, scoring after nine minutes in the 3-0 win over Huddersfield Town on New Year's Day, 2007.

McCammon's tally of goals for the 2006-07 season could have been 6 instead of 5 after he was involved in a bizarre moment in the FA Cup first round between Brentford and Doncaster at Griffin Park on the 11 November 2006. His header appeared to have beaten the Brentford goalkeeper but gone wide of the post on first look, however on closer inspection of replays it appears the striker's attempt went through a hole in the net but no goal was given (this would have made the score 2-0 at the time). Doncaster did hold on to win the game 1-0 so ultimately it did not affect the result.

He joined Gillingham in July 2008 on a 3 year deal. He made his Gillingham debut away to AFC Bournemouth on 9 August 2008 and scored his first goal in a 3-0 home win over Grimsby Town on 6 September 2008.

International goals

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
22 September 2006 Antiguamarker, Antigua and Barbudamarker 3-1 Win Caribbean Nations Cup 2007
24 September 2006 Anguillamarker 7-1 Win Caribbean Nations Cup 2007
24 September 2006 Anguillamarker 7-1 Win Caribbean Nations Cup 2007
24 September 2006 Anguillamarker 7-1 Win Caribbean Nations Cup 2007





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