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  1. 27 de mar. de 1992 · Nombre en país de origen: Mark Joseph Gillespie Fecha de nacimiento: 27/03/1992 Lugar de nacimiento: Newcastle upon Tyne Edad: 30 Altura: 1,91 m Nacionalidad: Inglaterra Posición: Portero Pie: derecho Club actual: Newcastle United Fichado: 03/07/2020 Contrato hasta: 30/06/2023 Redes sociales: Historial de fichajes Temporada Dato Último club

  2. Hace 21 horas · Mark Gillispie, a veteran journalist who wrote about many of Ohio’s biggest stories during a four-decade career primarily with The Associated Press and The Plain Dealer in Cleveland, has died By...

  3. 27 de mar. de 1992 · Name in home country: Mark Joseph Gillespie Date of birth: Mar 27, 1992 Place of birth: Newcastle upon Tyne Age: 30 Height: 1,91 m Citizenship: England Position: Goalkeeper Foot: right Current club: Newcastle United Joined: Jul 3, 2020 Contract expires: Jun 30, 2023 Social-Media: Transfer history Season Date Left Joined MV Fee 20/21 Jul 3, 2020

  4. Mark Joseph Gillespie (born 27 March 1992) is an English professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Premier League club Newcastle United. [4] Club career [ edit] Early career [ edit] Gillespie was part of the academy setup at Newcastle United before moving to Carlisle United in 2008, at the age of 16.

  5. Mark Gillespie, (born 17 November 1970 in Stockport, England) is a singer, songwriter, currently living and touring in Germany, where he has built himself a substantial fanbase, and has toured with Jethro Tull, Meat Loaf, Lisa Stansfield, Fool's Garden and Chris De Burgh . Mark Gillespie (left) and Tom (Thomas) Drost, Kiliansplatz Heilbronn, 2008

  6. Recently named as one of Billboard’s 2021 Change Agents, as well as one of the World's Greatest Managers by Music Business Worldwide, Mark Gillespie is a world-class British CEO, manager, and...

  7. Mark Ignatius Gillespie (20 January 1950 – 11 November 2021) was an Australian singer-songwriter and musician. Gillespie studied architecture at Melbourne University. He first became known as a performer in Melbourne clubs in the mid-1970s. He also wrote poetry and short stories and co-founded Outback Press.