Marc Anthony Pugh (born 2 April 1987) is an English professional footballer who plays for Premier League club Bournemouth. He plays mainly as a winger but can also play as a midfielder.

Pugh started his career with Burnley, where he progressed through the youth system. He was released by the club having made his first team while on loan at Kidderminster Harriers and signed a short-term contract with Bury in 2006. Pugh later signed a professional contract at the club and after rejecting an extended contract in 2007 he signed for Shrewsbury Town. He was loaned out to Luton Town and Hereford United, joining the latter permanently in 2009.

Pugh left Hereford after one season to sign for Bournemouth in 2010, where he was top scorer in his first two seasons. He won promotion from League One in 2013 and the Championship two years later, making over 200 appearances for the club. Pugh has played and scored in all five of England's nationwide football divisions.

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