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In numbers: Mark Beevers

3 July 2016

A quick look in numbers at the career to date of Wanderers' latest signing

Following confirmation of Mark Beevers move to Bolton Wanderers, bwfc.co.uk take a look a the centre-back's career in numbers.

1 – A former England Under-19s international, Mark Beevers won his solitary Three Lions appearance against Russia in March 2008

3 – Close friends with fellow Wanderers signing Chris Taylor from their time at Millwall, he also played alongside Liam Trotter for the Lions, and was a member of the same Sheffield Wednesday side as Gary Madine

6ft 4 – Standing at 6ft 4, he is currently one of the tallest members of the Wanderers squad

26 – Born on 21/11/1989, the defender is currently 26-years-old

34 – On the scoresheet in the Sky Bet League One Play-Off Final last season, the defender equalised for Millwall in the 34th minute as they eventually fell to a 3-1 defeat against Barnsley at Wembley

326 – The number of career appearances Beevers has to date, since making his professional debut against Southampton in January 2007

2008 – He won Sheffield Wednesday’s Player of the Season award and the Owls’ Wickes Young Apprentice Trophy for the 2007/08 season

2012 – The defender was a member of the Wednesday side that won promotion the Sky Bet Championship in 2011/12

8,000  Beevers has over 8,000 followers on twitter, an impressive total which is more than both Rob Holding and Josh Vela! However he has some ground to make up if he is to catch the likes of Derik Osede on 67.8k and Ben Amos on 211k

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