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Sylvan Augustus Ebanks-Blake (born 29 March 1986) is an English professional footballer who plays as a striker for Walsall Wood. He played youth team football for Cambridge United and Manchester United before making his professional debut in 2004. A spell on loan with Royal Antwerp followed before Ebanks-Blake was transferred to Plymouth Argyle in 2006. During his two seasons with Argyle, he scored 21 goals in the Championship and then joined Wolverhampton Wanderers for £1.5 million, where he won the Championship top scorer award in consecutive seasons to help the club gain promotion to the Premier League.

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  • Sylvan Augustus Ebanks-Blake (born 29 March 1986) is an English professional footballer who plays as a striker for Walsall Wood. He played youth team football for Cambridge United and Manchester United before making his professional debut in 2004. A spell on loan with Royal Antwerp followed before Ebanks-Blake was transferred to Plymouth Argyle in 2006. During his two seasons with Argyle, he scored 21 goals in the Championship and then joined Wolverhampton Wanderers for £1.5 million, where he won the Championship top scorer award in consecutive seasons to help the club gain promotion to the Premier League.
  • Sylvan Augustus Ebanks-Blake (born 29 March 1986) is an English former professional footballer who played as a striker. He played youth team football for Cambridge United and Manchester United before making his professional debut in 2004. A spell on loan with Royal Antwerp followed before Ebanks-Blake was transferred to Plymouth Argyle in 2006. During his two seasons with Argyle, he scored 21 goals in the Championship and then joined Wolverhampton Wanderers for £1.5 million, where he won the Championship top scorer award in consecutive seasons to help the club gain promotion to the Premier League.
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  • Sylvan Augustus Ebanks-Blake (born 29 March 1986) is an English professional footballer who plays as a striker for Walsall Wood. He played youth team football for Cambridge United and Manchester United before making his professional debut in 2004. A spell on loan with Royal Antwerp followed before Ebanks-Blake was transferred to Plymouth Argyle in 2006. During his two seasons with Argyle, he scored 21 goals in the Championship and then joined Wolverhampton Wanderers for £1.5 million, where he won the Championship top scorer award in consecutive seasons to help the club gain promotion to the Premier League. Ebanks-Blake has represented England at under-21 level, but is eligible to play for Jamaica at senior international level through his parents.
  • Sylvan Augustus Ebanks-Blake (born 29 March 1986) is an English former professional footballer who played as a striker. He played youth team football for Cambridge United and Manchester United before making his professional debut in 2004. A spell on loan with Royal Antwerp followed before Ebanks-Blake was transferred to Plymouth Argyle in 2006. During his two seasons with Argyle, he scored 21 goals in the Championship and then joined Wolverhampton Wanderers for £1.5 million, where he won the Championship top scorer award in consecutive seasons to help the club gain promotion to the Premier League. Ebanks-Blake has represented England at under-21 level, but is eligible to play for Jamaica at senior international level through his parents.
  • Sylvan Augustus Ebanks-Blake (born 29 March 1986) is an English former professional footballer who played as a striker. He played youth team football for Cambridge United and Manchester United before making his professional debut in 2004. A spell on loan with Royal Antwerp followed before Ebanks-Blake was transferred to Plymouth Argyle in 2006. During his two seasons with Argyle, he scored 21 goals in the Championship and then joined Wolverhampton Wanderers for £1.5 million, where he won the Championship top scorer award in consecutive seasons to help the club gain promotion to the Premier League. Ebanks-Blake represented England at under-21 level, but was also eligible to play for Jamaica at senior international level through his parents.
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