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He was born in Derby, England and began his career with Coventry City in 1978.
Mark Hateley was born in Derby on 7 November 1961. His father, Tony Hateley, was also a professional footballer who played as a striker for clubs including Notts County, Aston Villa and Chelsea.
On 28 June 1984 he was transferred to A.C. Milan for £1million. Despite his inconsistent performances, a series of injuries, and a poor goalscoring rate for the club under Nils Liedholm, he is remembered fondly by the Milan fans for a decisive and historic match-winning goal he scored in a 2–1 win against Inter in the Milan Derby on 28 October 1984, beating out former Milan defender Fulvio Collovati with a header; this was the first time Milan had beaten Inter in the Derby in six years.
On 2 June 1984 Hateley was capped for England at senior level for the first time in a 2–0 friendly defeat to the USSR. In his next game eight days later, he scored in a 2–0 victory over Brazil. By the end of 1984, he had been capped six times by England and scored three goals. He made the last of his 32 England appearances in a 2–2 friendly draw with Czechoslovakia in 1992.
Arsène Wenger then signed him for AS Monaco in 1987 and he was part of the team which won the French Division 1 title in 1987–88. After three years at Monaco, Hateley returned to Britain in a £1million move to Rangers on 19 July 1990. Manager Graeme Souness had attempted to bring him to Ibrox three years earlier from A.C. Milan. Hateley became a key part of the Rangers side, and was voted player of the year by the Scottish Football Writers in 1993–94. He scored 87 Premier Division goals for Rangers and scored 112 goals in all competitions. Rangers were league champions in every season that Hateley played for them, as they went on a run of nine successive league titles which lasted from 1989 until 1997.
After making 165 League appearances with Rangers he moved to Queens Park Rangers in November 1995, for a fee of £1.5million.
In early 1997, with Rangers trying to win their ninth title in a row, and with a huge injury list, manager Walter Smith desperately needed a striker, and re-signed Hateley for £300,000 for the vital game against Rangers' biggest rivals, Celtic. Rangers won the game 1–0 but Hateley was sent off for headbutting Stewart Kerr. He played four times in his second spell at Rangers, scoring once, and transferred to Hull City in July 1997, where he acted as player-manager. Hateley managed Hull from the summer of 1997 until November 1998.
He ended his playing career with Ross County in September 1999 but only played two games for them.
Mark's son Tom Hateley has played for teams like Reading FC.
Currently, Mark Hateley is 59 years, 3 months and 22 days old. Mark Hateley will celebrate 60th birthday on a Sunday 7th of November 2021. Below we countdown to Mark Hateley upcoming birthday.