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Clive Mendonca

Clive Mendonca (born 9 September 1968 in Islington, London) was an English footballer who had played for Charlton Athletic from 1997 – 2002. He was a forward. Mendonca made his Charlton debut on 9 August 1997 in a 2-1 defeat at Middlesbrough. He is most famous for his hat-trick against Sunderland in the 1997-98 (then division 1) English Championship Play-Off Final. Before that he made his name with Grimsby Town scoring 48 goals in 187 appearances over five seasons, the fans dubbing him 'Super Clive'. Mendonca will be remembered at Charlton for his hat-trick in the 97/98 playoff final and for the hat-trick he scored against Southampton in the 5-0 victory on the first Premiership game at the Valley. He was later forced to retire after a knee injury.

His uncle is former West Indian Cricketer Ivor Mendonca

Personal information
Full name Clive Mendonca
Date of birth 9 September 1968
Place of birth Islington, London, England
Height 5' 10" (1.78m)
Nickname Super Clive
Position Striker
Professional clubs*
Years Club Apps (goals)
Sheffield United
Doncaster Rovers (Loan)
Rotherham United
Sheffield United
Grimsby Town (Loan)
Grimsby Town
Charlton Athletic
13 (4)
2 (0)
84 (27)
10 (1)
10 (3)
156 (58)
84 (40)
* Professional club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
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