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Roman Lyashenko

Roman Yurievich Lyashenko was a Russian professional ice hockey centre. Lyashenko played two seasons in the National Hockey League. He played with the Dallas Stars and New York Rangers. Before he played in the NHL, he played 3 seasons in the RSL ...

                                               

Jarrod Lyle

Jarrod Lyle was an Australian professional golfer. He was born in Shepparton, Victoria. Lyle won twice on the 2008 Nationwide Tour. He played many seasons on the PGA Tour. His best finish being tied for 4th place in the 2012 Northern Trust Open.

                                               

Tom Lysiak

Thomas James Lysiak was a Canadian ice hockey player. He was selected as the second overall pick in round 1 of the 1973 NHL Amateur Draft by the Atlanta Flames, and was selected by the Houston Aeros in round 2 of the 1973 WHA Amateur Draft. In ea ...

                                               

Tymon Mabaleka

Tymon Mabaleka was a Zimbabwean footballer and music producer. He was nicknamed "The Whitehorse". His career lasted for nearly twenty years in sports and another fifteen years in the music industry. Mabaleka was born in Nswazi in Umzingwane Distr ...

                                               

Dave Mackay

David Craig Mackay was a Scottish football player and manager. Mackay was best known for a highly successful playing career with Heart of Midlothian, the Double-winning Tottenham Hotspur side of 1961, and winning the league with Derby County as a ...

                                               

Greg Mackey

Greg Mackey was an Australian professional rugby league player from 1980 until 1996. He played as a five-eighth, fullback, winger and centre. He also captained some of his teams. He played for the South Sydney Rabbitohs, Paris Chatillon XIII, the ...

                                               

Rick MacLeish

Richard George "Rick" MacLeish was a Canadian professional ice hockey forward. He played 14 seasons in the National Hockey League NHL with the Philadelphia Flyers, Hartford Whalers, Pittsburgh Penguins, and Detroit Red Wings. He played 12 seasons ...

                                               

Tony Madigan

Antony Morgan "Tony" Madigan was an Australian boxer and rugby player. He competed in boxing at the 1952, 1956 and 1960 Olympics and finished in fifth, fifth and third place. In 1960 Madigan lost his semifinal to Muhammad Ali. He also won medals ...

                                               

Olli Maki

Olli Maki was a Finnish boxer. As an amateur, he won the European lightweight title in 1959. Before this, he placed second in 1957. He was dropped from the 1960 Olympic team. After this, he became professional. He fought until 1973 as a pro, with ...

                                               

Wayne Maki

Wayne Maki was a Canadian ice hockey left winger. Maki played 246 games in the National Hockey League. He played with the Chicago Black Hawks, St. Louis Blues, and Vancouver Canucks.

                                               

Vladimir Malaniuk

Vladimir Pavlovich Malaniuk was a Ukrainian chess Grandmaster. He was born in Arkhangelsk, Soviet Union. Thought by many to be one of the more colourful characters on the chess circuit, he was known for rapid chess, which was showed at some of th ...

                                               

Olavi Mannonen

Olavi Aleksanteri Ole Mannonen was a Finnish modern pentathlete. He competed at the 1952 and 1956 Summer Olympics. He won a bronze medal in the team event in 1952 and 1956 and an individual silver in 1956. He also won an individual silver at the ...

                                               

Jack Mansell

Jack Mansell was a British professional footballer. He made 274 appearances in the Football League as a fullback for Brighton & Hove Albion, Cardiff City and Portsmouth. After retiring as a player he joined the coaching staff at Sheffield Wednesd ...

                                               

Eero Mantyranta

Eero Antero Mantyranta was a Finnish skier. He has won several medals and the Winter Olympic Games. Mantyranta was born in Pello, Finland. He competed in four Winter Olympics from 1960 to 1972. He won seven medals at the first three of them. This ...

                                               

Diego Maradona

Diego Armando Maradona was an Argentine football player and manager. He was nicknamed El Diez, Pelusa, El Diego and El Pibe de Oro. He is widely regarded as one of the best footballers ever, and many people compare him to Brazilian legend Pele. T ...

                                               

Mush March

Harold "Mush" March was a Canadian professional ice hockey player that played 17 seasons in the NHL for the Chicago Black Hawks. March was best known for scoring the game-winning second overtime goal in Game 4 of the 1934 Stanley Cup Finals to wi ...

                                               

Marinho (footballer, born 1957)

Mario Jose dos Reis Emiliano, commonly known as Marinho, was a Brazilian professional footballer and assistant manager, He played for Bangu. He played as a right winger. He competed in the mens tournament at the 1976 Summer Olympics. He was born ...

                                               

Phil Masinga

Philemon Raul Masinga was a South African professional footballer and manager. He played as a striker from 1991 to 2002. He was born in Klerksdorp, South Africa. He played in the English Premier League for Leeds United, and Italian Serie A for Sa ...

                                               

Germaine Mason

Germaine Mason was a Jamaican-born British track and field athlete competing in high jump. In 2006, he switched sporting allegiance, and then represented Great Britain. Mason won silver and bronze medals at the World Junior Championships in 2000 ...

                                               

Ivan Mauger

Ivan Gerald Mauger was a New Zealand motorcycle speedway rider. He won a record six World Championships. Mauger rode for several British teams – Wimbledon Dons, Newcastle Diamonds, Belle Vue Aces, Exeter Falcons, and the Hull Vikings. He was born ...

                                               

Margaret Maughan

Margaret Maughan was a British competitive archer, dartcher and bowls competitor. She was Britains first gold medalist at the Paralympic Games, and won four gold and two silver medals at the Games. She lit the cauldron at the Olympic Stadium in L ...

                                               

Jim McAnearney

James "Jim" McAnearney was a Scottish football player and manager. McAnearney played for Sheffield Wednesday, Plymouth Argyle, Watford and Bradford City, who he also briefly managed in 1968 with Tom Hallett. He later managed Rotherham United, Fri ...

                                               

Quentin McCord

John Quentin McCord was an American professional football player. He was a wide receiver in the National Football League and Canadian Football League. He was drafted in the seventh round of the 2001 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons. He played col ...

                                               

John McCormack (ice hockey)

John Ronald "Johnny" McCormack was a Canadian ice hockey centre. He was born in Edmonton, Alberta. McCormack began his National Hockey League career with the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1947. He also played for the Montreal Canadiens and Chicago Black ...

                                               

Ab McDonald

Alvin Brian "Ab" McDonald was a Canadian ice hockey forward. He was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He played for the Montreal Canadiens, Chicago Black Hawks, Detroit Red Wings, Boston Bruins, Pittsburgh Penguins and St. Louis Blues. McDonald died fr ...

                                               

H. Price McGrath

H. Price McGrath was a "sporting-man" who opened the first gambling house in the American South, and bred the race horse, Aristides, the winner of the first Kentucky Derby in 1875.

                                               

John McKenzie

John Albert "Pie" McKenzie was a Canadian professional hockey player and coach. He played in the National Hockey League for several seasons. He notably played with the Boston Bruins, with whom he won the Stanley Cup twice. McKenzie also played se ...

                                               

Fred McLeod

Fred McLeod is a sportscaster for Fox Sports Ohio calling games for the Cleveland Cavaliers of the National Basketball Association. He performed the same role for the Detroit Pistons. He also called high school football and high school basketball ...

                                               

Colin Meads

Sir Colin Earl Meads was a New Zealand rugby union player, coach and manager. He was born in Cambridge, New Zealand. He played 55 test matches, most frequently in the lock forward position, for New Zealands national team, the All Blacks, from 195 ...

                                               

Alvaro Mejia (athlete)

Alvaro Mejia Florez was a Colombian long-distance runner. He competed in the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games 5.000 meter final. He was born in Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia. Mejia competed in the 1968 Mexico City Olympics in the 10.000 meters and in the ...

                                               

Commins Menapi

Commins Menapi was a Solomon Islands striker. He was last the manager of Western United. He guided them to their first and only Telekom S league title season 2014/2015. In the 2006–2007 season, he became the first player to be sent off in a New Z ...

                                               

Denis Menke

Denis John Menke was a professional baseball infielder. He was born on July 23, 1940, in Bancroft, Iowa. He was signed by the Milwaukee Braves in 1958. He came to the major leagues in 1962. He became a regular player in 1963. He was traded with D ...

                                               

Peter van der Merwe

Peter van de Merwe was a Dutch football player. He played as a goalkeeper. Van de Merwe played his entire career for hometown club NAC Breda from 1959 to 1970. Van der Merwe played his final league game against AZ67 in October 1970. He retired wh ...

                                               

Louis Meznarie

Louis Meznarie was a French engine expert. He was a team owner entrant to 24 Hours of Le Mans. He was born in Saintry-sur-Seine, France. From 1959 to 1971 he was an official dealer of NSU for motorcycles and motorcars and engine preparation exper ...

                                               

Larry Mickey

Robert Larry Mickey was a Canadian professional ice hockey right winger. Mickey played a total of 11 years in the National Hockey League. He played with the Chicago Black Hawks, New York Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens, Los Angel ...

                                               

Stan Mikita

Stan Mikita was a Slovak-born Canadian retired professional ice hockey centre. He played a career total of 22 years in the National Hockey League. He played his entire NHL career with the Chicago Black Hawks. He was often regarded as the best cen ...

                                               

Loek van Mil

Ludovicus Jacobus Maria Loek van Mil was a Dutch professional baseball pitcher. At 7 feet 1 inch, he was one of the tallest players in the history of professional baseball. He played for Curaçao Neptunus of the Honkbal Hoofdklasse and for the Toh ...

                                               

Emiliano Mondonico

Emiliano Mondonico was an Italian professional footballer and coach. He played as a winger. In 1966 he was signed by Cremonese, with whom he played one season in Serie D and one season. Mondonico began his managerial career with the Cremonese you ...

                                               

Steve Montador

Steve Montador was a Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman. He currently plays for the KHL Medvescak Zagreb of the Kontinental Hockey League. He has also played in the OHL for 5 seasons; 2 for the North Bay Centennials, 2 for the Erie Otter ...

                                               

Alfie Moore

Alfred Ernest Moore was a Canadian ice hockey goaltender. Moore played 20 games in the NHL for the New York Americans. Moore is known for when he replaced Mike Karakas in the Chicago Black Hawks net in game one of the 1938 Stanley Cup Finals beca ...

                                               

Bobby Moore

Robert Frederick Chelsea "Bobby" Moore was an English former footballer. He was best known for playing for West Ham United and England national team. He was the captain of England when they won the World Cup in 1966. He played 108 games for Engla ...

                                               

Carlos Luis Morales

Carlos Luis Morales Benitez was an Ecuadorian journalist, politician and footballer. He was born in Guayaquil. From 1987 to 1999, he played for the national team. From 1983 to 1993 and 1996, he played for the Barcelona. From 1993 to 1995, Morales ...

                                               

Ronnie Moran

Ronnie Moran was an English footballer and manager. He played for Liverpool as a left back between 1952 and 1968. He was a member of Liverpools coaching staff and Anfields "Boot Room". He later managed the club as a caretaker during the early 199 ...

                                               

Howie Morenz

Howard William Morenz was a Canadian professional ice hockey player. He played centre for three National Hockey League teams: the Montreal Canadiens, the Chicago Black Hawks, and the New York Rangers. Before joining the NHL, Morenz was a very goo ...

                                               

Paul Morgan (rugby)

Paul Morgan was a Welsh professional rugby union and rugby league footballer, rugby union coach, and cricketer. He was born in Pencoed. He played club level rugby union for Pencoed RFC, London Welsh RFC, Whitland RFC, Aberavon RFC, Llanharan RFC, ...

                                               

Bernie Morris

Bernard Patrick Morris - was an Canadian ice hockey player for the old Seattle Metropolitans of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association. When the Metropolitans became the first U.S based team to win the Stanley Cup in 1917, Morris scored 14 of Seatt ...

                                               

Gus Mortson

James Angus Gerald "Old Hardrock" Mortson was a Canadian retired ice hockey defenceman. He played a career total of 796 regular season games in the National Hockey League. He played for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Chicago Black Hawks, and Detroit Re ...

                                               

Stirling Moss

Sir Stirling Craufurd Moss OBE was an English racing driver. His success in a variety of categories placed him among the worlds elite – he was often called "the greatest driver never to win the World Championship". In 1957 he won the Pescara Gran ...

                                               

Walter Mummery

Walter Mummery was a professional ice hockey player. He played for the Quebec Bulldogs from 1914 until 1917. His brother Harry also played professional hockey.

                                               

Juan Jose Muñante

Juan Jose Muñante Lopez was a Peruvian footballer. He played as a right winger. Muñante was born in Pisco. He played for Sport Boys, Universitario, Atletico Español, Pumas de la UNAM and Tampico Madero. He won league titles with Universitario de ...