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Profile of the Scottish footballer Jamie Mackie, who currently plays as a midfielder at QPR. The 30-year old player Mackie joined QPR from and wears the number 12 shirt.

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Jamie Mackie Career
2003–2004Wimbledon13(0)
2004–2005Milton Keynes Dons3(0)
2005–2008Exeter City87(19)
2005Sutton United (loan)5(2)
2008–2010Plymouth Argyle98(16)
2010–2013Queens Park Rangers82(19)
2013–Nottingham Forest0(0)

2010–Scotland9(2)

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Jamie Mackie : QPR News
“The QPR supporters player of the year is one of a number of Hoops He’s not alone at Loftus Road. Fans favourite Jamie Mackie was a Championship player with the old Wimbledon FC before ending up at Exeter City.”
 GetWestLondon 10 days ago
“Skipper Wayne Rooney may have become England’s all-time record goalscorer during the qualification campaign but he has not been on the same level as Kane, or Leicester’s Jamie Vardy, this season and now Shearer feels it is time to allow the Spurs”
 London24 10 days ago
“Mark Warburton last night called for all potential European participants to be treated fairly by Gordon Strachan — as he dropped a heavy hint that Lee Wallace and Barrie McKay could be withdrawn from the Scotland squad.”
 Daily Mail 12 days ago
“He will have to weigh that up though against the prospect of another crack at the Premier League with Burnley. Former QPR, Newcastle and Manchester City midfielder Barton made 40 appearances for Burnley as they returned to the big time as league winners.”
 Daily Mail 12 days ago
“The Etihad was stunned then when Jamie Mackie gave 10-man QPR the lead with under 25 minutes to go. Having done the hard work, City looked in danger of throwing it all away.”
 Manchester Evening News 14 days ago
“Unfortunately for Ramsey, QPR’s other centre-back signing was a flop far the signs are that this return for a second spell won’t work out as hoped either.”
 West London Sport 15 days ago
“Mauricio Pochettino's side needed only a point to guarantee at least third place and looked on course for victory when Son Heung-min gave them early lead but Davis scored twice to ensure Spurs' final home game of the season ended in defeat.”
 Daily Echo 20 days ago
Jamie Mackie Career Honours
  • Club: Football League Championship: 2010–11

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    Goalkeepers
    Matt Ingram Joe Lumley
    Robert Green Alex Smithies
    Defenders
    James Perch Cole Kpekawa
    Paul Konchesky Jack Robinson
    Armand Traore Clint Hill
    Grant Hall Gabriele Angella
    Nedum Onuoha
    Midfielders
    Jamie Mackie Nasser El Khayati
    Junior Hoilett Matt Phillips
    Tjaronn Chery Reece Grego-Cox
    Oscar Gobern Ben Gladwin
    Daniel Tozser Alejandro Faurlin
    Samba Diakite Karl Henry
    Massimo Luongo
    Forwards
    Yelko Pino Conor Washington
    Sebastian Polter