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Steven Anthony Slade (born 6 October 1975 in Romfordmarker) is an Englishmarker football striker.

Club career

Slade began has career in the youth teams of Tottenham Hotspur, turning professional at the club for the 1994-95 season. He made his debut the following season in a Football League Cup tie against Chester City in October 1995, before making his league bow two months later against Wimbledon. However, unable to establish himself at White Hart Lanemarker, Slade joined newly relegated Queens Park Rangers in the summer of 1996 after manager Ray Wilkins paid Spurs £350,000 for the player. Slade remained at Loftus Roadmarker for over four seasons, although made more substitute appearances than starts at the club and also spent time on loan at Brentford. Released in 2000, he had a short, undistinguished spell at Cambridge United, before dropping into non-league football with Hayes.

Following his release from Hayes, Slade briefly played football in Icelandmarker. A trial at Grimsby Town followed and, although ultimately he did not land a contract, Slade featured in one game, appearing against Morecambe in the Football League Trophy. Slade returned to non-league football after this featuring for Maidenhead United, before spending two separate spells at Barking.

International football

In the summer of 1996, immediately prior to his move from Spurs to QPR, Slade was selected for the England under-21 side that took part in the annual Toulon Tournament in Francemarker. Slade featured in four games in all, appearing against Belgium, Angola, Portugal and Brazil, although this was to be his sole taste of the international game. .

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