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When did Mark Viduka first play for an English premier league?

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2011-09-13 19:00:06
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Mark made his debut in 2000 for Leeds before that he played in 1999/2000 for Celtic in the SPL. Before comming to the Celtic he played 2 years for Croatia Zagreb also known as Dinamo Zagreb. Before joining Dinamo he played his foorball for the Melbourne Croatia or as they are called now Melbourne Knights. Mark is a first generation Australian his parents are from Croatia.

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