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Marcus Tudgay is an English footballer who plays for South Normanton Athletic. Before joining Nottingham Forest in 2010, he made nearly 300 appearances in the Football League playing for Derby County and Sheffield Wednesday, he has since spent two loan spells with Barnsley. Born in Shoreham, Tudgay came through the ranks at Derby County and made his senior debut in August 2002, his final Rams goal came against future club Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough in November 2005. Tudgay joined Sheffield Wednesday for an undisclosed fee in January 2006, penning a contract to keep him at Hillsborough until 2010, he had signed on loan with the club but manager Paul Sturrock decided to make his move permanent after he claimed a debut goal in a 3–0 win over Crewe Alexandra. The manager's faith in him was justified as Tudgay scored vital goals in Sheffield Wednesday's successful attempt to avoid relegation from the Championship, including a goal against his former employers on the last day of the season in a 2–0 win.
Tudgay was ruled out for the start of the 2006–07 campaign due to a bizarre injury sustained at a family barbecue over the summer. The player cut his toe on glass, severing tendons and requiring surgery which ruled him out of competitive action for three months, but he bounced back on his return, forming a good partnership with Deon Burton, to score six goals in five games. He was moved out to the wing after injuries to Wade Small and Jermaine Johnson but still finished the season with 11 goals; the 2007–08 season saw Tudgay add eight goals to his career record, the most notable of these was a second half volley to lead his side to a 2–0 victory in the Steel City Derby at Hillsborough and another goal against Derby County in the FA Cup which helped to earn his side a replay. He missed the end of the season due to an injury. At the start of the 2008–09 season Tudgay scored twice in the opening game against Burnley, the first coming within 30 seconds of kick off, he played in every position during the season.
He won the Fans player of the month awards for February and March 2009 and the PFA Fans Championship Player of the Year award, as well as the Sheffield Wednesday Player of the Year. On 15 July 2009 it was reported that the Owls had rejected an offer from newly promoted Premier League side Burnley, describing the bid as unwelcome; that month he signed a new four-year contract until the summer of 2013. On 25 August 2010 it was reported that newly promoted Premier League side Blackpool had tried to sign Tudgay the previous month and were about to make an improved offer for him. Sky Sports reported that Blackpool manager Ian Holloway had watched Tudgay in action the previous night. Two days the Yorkshire club rejected at £500,000 bid from Blackpool, calling the sum "derisory". On 25 November 2010, Tudgay moved to Nottingham Forest on loan, with a view to a permanent deal in January 2011, he scored on his Forest debut in a 3–0 win against Crystal Palace on 18 December 2010 at the City Ground. In his next appearance for Nottingham Forest, he scored a brace in Forest's 5–2 victory over their East Midlands rivals Derby County.
On 5 January 2011, the loan deal was made permanent and he signed for Forest for an undisclosed fee. His next goal was the winner against Portsmouth in a 2–1 victory for Forest. Tudgay's next goal came on 5 February against Watford, it again proved decisive, he did not score until April, when he opened the scoring in a 3–2 win against Leicester City. His final goal of the 2010–11 season came on the final day of the regular season, in a 3–0 win over Crystal Palace. Tudgay's first league goal in the 2011–12 season came in a 2–0 win against Middlesbrough on 18 October 2011, his second league goal of the season was the only goal of the game against Reading on 1 November. His next goal came in the 3–2 win at home Ipswich Town on 19 November, his next goals came in the return fixture. They would be Tudgay's last goals of the season. After making an appearance and scoring a goal for Forest's reserves on 13 November 2012, on the next day, Tudgay signed for Barnsley on loan until January with a view to a permanent deal.
His first goal for Barnsley was the equaliser in a 1–1 draw with Burnley on 27 November 2012. His second goal for Barnsley came in a 4–1 away defeat at Watford on 1 December, his third goal for the club was the winner in a 2–1 win at Millwall. On 28 November 2013, Tudgay re-joined Barnsley for his second loan spell at the Yorkshire club. On 21 February 2014, Tudgay joined Charlton Athletic on loan for the remainder of the 2013–14 season. On 27 March 2014, the loan was cut short and he returned to Nottingham Forest. Tudgay joined Coventry City on a one-year deal on 29 July 2014, he scored his first goal for the club in a 2–0 win against Walsall on 3 January 2015. He helped ensure Coventry's survival in League One by scoring in a 2–1 win against Crawley on the final day of the 2014–15 season. After scoring 4 goals in 23 appearances in his first season to help the club avoid relegation he signed another one-year deal for the 2015–16 season. In his second season with the club he scored 5 goals in all competitions.
He signed a third one-year deal with the club for the 2016–17 season. He came on as a late substitute. Following Coventry's relegation in 2016–17, Tudgay was released by the club; as of 15 February 2017 Marcus Tudgay at Soccerbase Marcus Tudgay at ESPN FC
2014 Soeratin Cup is a football competition, intended for footballers born before 1 January 1997. The competition is scheduled to begin in August 2014 and ends in December 2014. PSDS Deli Serdang is the defending champion. Charis Yulianto was chosen to be the ambassador for this tournament. Jember United U-17 won the championship after beating Persis Solo U-17 3–1 in the final. Gian Zola Nasrulloh became top scorer with nine goals and Faisol Yunus got the Best Player award, it will consists of three rounds, which are the province and national round. The national round after that semi-finals and final. PS Bintang Jaya U-17 qualifies for the regional round; the final was played in Haji Agus Salim Stadium on 9 September 2014. PSP Padang U-17 qualify to the regional round. Twelve teams will participate and matches will start on 7 October 2014. Matches will be played in Stadion Semarak. Bengkulu Tengah U-17 became champion. Eleven teams will participate and matches will start on 27 September 2014. Matches will be played in Stadion Karya Bhakti.
Batang Hari FC became champion. Rumbai FC U-17 became the champion. Persibel Belitung U-17 became the champion; the final was played in Stadion Serasan Sekate on 30 August 2014. Persimuba U-17 qualify to the regional round; the matches will be played in Stadion Tejosari in Metro from 20 September until 30 September 2014. Persilat Lampung Tengah U-17 became the champion. Four team will participate in this zone. Persikota U-17 became champion of this zone. Urakan FC U-17 became champion of this zone; this zone consists of 25 clubs divided into 5 groups. The top three from each group will go through to the second round and the top ranked fourth-placed team. Matches will start on 1 September 2014. PSB Bogor U-17, Persikasi Bekasi U-17 and Maisa FC U-17 qualified from this group. Sukabumi FC U-17 qualifies as best fourth-placed team. Persikabo Bogor U-17, Kabomania U-17 and Blaster FC U-17 qualified from this group. Persika Karawang U-17, Persipo Purwakarta U-17 and Benpica U-17 qualified from this group. Bina Putra Sentra Cirebon U-17, Pesik Kuningan U-17 and Persikas Subang U-17 qualified from this group.
Bandung Legend U-17, Persib Bandung U-17 and Persima Majalengka U-17 qualified from this group. Matches starting this round until the semi-finals will be played in Stadion Galuh, Ciamis. Final and third-placed matches will be played in Karawang. Persib Bandung U-17 became champion. Persis Solo U-17 qualified for the national round. PSS Sleman U-17 became the champion. Matches for group A will be played at Stadion Maron in Banyuwangi. Matches for group D will be played at Stadion Gelora Supriyadi in Blitar; the second round will consists of 12 teams, in which group winners and the best runner-up from all groups will qualify for the knockout stage. Jember United U-17 and PSIL Lumajang U-17 qualified from this group. Persekap Pasuruan U-17 and Persebaya Surabaya U-17 qualified from this group. Persema 1953 Malang U-17 and Persid Jember U-17 qualified from this group. Triple S Kediri U-17 and PSBK Blitar U-17 qualified from this group. Persik Kediri U-17 and Akademi Arema Ngunut Tulungagung U-17 qualified from this group.
Persekam Metro FC U-17 and Persela Lamongan U-17 qualified from this group. This round will be played from 29 September until 3 October 2014; the final will be played in Madiun on October 14, 2014. Jember United U-17 became champion. Group A will be played in the other group in Sangatta. Winners and runners-up from both groups will qualify to the knockout stage. Both Kutim U-17 and Bontang U-17 qualified to the semifinals. Bontang U-17 qualifies to the regional round after beating Paser U-17 in the semi-final and Kutim U-17 in the final. Persepan Pagatan U-17 became champion. Matches will start on 25 September 2014. Semi-finals and final will be played on 6–7 October 2014. Makassar U-17 became champion. Five teams participated in this zone. PS Badung U-17 qualifies from this zone. PS Kota Kupang U-17 qualifies for the next round. Seven teams will participate in this zone and all the matches will be played in Gelora Kieraha Stadium. Persiter U-17 qualified from this zone. Nusa Ina U-17 was the champion of this zone.
They finished first in the group that consists of two other teams with eight points but having more goal difference than Persenal U-17. PS Kota Kupang U-17 and PS Badung U-17 qualified to the next round as winner and runner-up respectively. PSM Makassar U-17 and Persigo Gorontalo U-17 qualified to the next round as winner and runner-up respectively. Bontang FC U-17 and Persepan Pagatan U-17 qualified from this region. Persiter U-17 and Nusa Ina U-17 both qualified from the region as runner-up respectively. 16 teams from the regional round will compete in two stages before the semi-finals and final using home tournament format. Matches for the first stage will be played from 14–19 November 2014, the second stage and knockout stage will be played from 22 November 2014. Bontang FC U-17 and Nusa Ina U-17 qualified from this region. Persiter U-17 and Persigo Gorontalo U-17 qualified from this region. Quarterfinal matches will be played in Malang. Sidoarjo will host semifinal and final matches