Soccer Player

Alan Stubbs

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Age 52
Birthday October 61971
Birth Sign Libra
City England
Country England
Profession Soccer Player

Alan Stubbs is a famous Soccer Player, born on October 6, 1971 in United Kingdom. As of December 2022, Alan Stubbs’s net worth is $5 Million. He was named to the 1994–95 Football League First Division PFA Team of the Year.

Parents Ron Stubbs
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Spouse Mandy Stubbs
Children(s) Sam Stubbs, Heather Stubbs

Alan Stubbs Biography

English former soccer player who won two Scottish League Cup titles with Celtic FC. In 2014, he was named manager of Hibernian FC in the Scottish Championship league. Alan Stubbs (born 6 October 1971) is an English football coach and former player who was most recently manager of Scottish Premiership club St Mirren. Stubbs played as a centre-back for Bolton Wanderers, Celtic, Everton (two spells), Sunderland and Derby County until his retirement, due to a knee injury, in August 2008. Stubbs then worked as a coach for Everton, and started his management career with Hibernian in 2014. He led Hibernian to a Scottish Cup victory in 2016, then had a brief tenure at Rotherham United. After working as a pundit for BT Sport, he was appointed St Mirren manager in June 2018..

He married a woman named Mandy.

Born in Kirkby, Lancashire, Stubbs started his career at Bolton Wanderers, turning professional in 1990 when they were members of the Football League Third Division. He played 23 league games that season but it was a disappointing first season at Burnden Park for Stubbs as his side missed out on automatic promotion on goal difference and were beaten by Tranmere Rovers in the playoff final. He remained a regular player in 1991–92 but this campaign brought further frustration as Bolton finished 13th in the Third Division and manager Phil Neal was dismissed to make way for Bruce Rioch.

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Stubbs remained part of Rioch’s plans as Bolton began 1992–93 in the new Division Two (following the creation of the FA Premier League and the renumbering of the three remaining Football League divisions) and scored twice in 42 league appearances as they sealed promotion as runners-up. He became club captain soon afterwards and in 1994–95 led them through their best season in years where they reached Wembley twice. The first visit to Wembley came in March, where they reached the Football League Cup final for the first time in their history, only to lose 2–1 to Liverpool. The return to Wembley for the Division One playoff final two months later was a happier occasion for Stubbs and his colleagues, though for 75 minutes it looked as though it would be another disappointment as Bolton trailed 2–0 to Reading in the contest for a place in the Premier League. But a remarkable turnaround saw them drawing 2–2 after 90 minutes to force extra time, and they went on to win 4–3 and return to the top flight for the first time since 1980.

Alan Stubbs Net Worth

Alan Stubbs is one of the richest Soccer Player & listed on most popular Soccer Player. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Alan Stubbs‘s net worth $5 Million.

Net Worth $5 Million
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Source of Income Soccer Player
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House Living in own house.

He was born in Lancashire and began his professional career with the Bolton Wanderers in 1990.

Stubbs remained part of Rioch’s plans as Bolton began 1992–93 in the new Division Two (following the creation of the FA Premier League and the renumbering of the three remaining Football League divisions) and scored twice in 42 league appearances as they sealed promotion as runners-up. He became club captain soon afterwards and in 1994–95 led them through their best season in years where they reached Wembley twice. The first visit to Wembley came in March, where they reached the Football League Cup final for the first time in their history, only to lose 2–1 to Liverpool. The return to Wembley for the Division One playoff final two months later was a happier occasion for Stubbs and his colleagues, though for 75 minutes it looked as though it would be another disappointment as Bolton trailed 2–0 to Reading in the contest for a place in the Premier League. But a remarkable turnaround saw them drawing 2–2 after 90 minutes to force extra time, and they went on to win 4–3 and return to the top flight for the first time since 1980.

Stubbs won an England ‘B’ cap on 10 May 1994 in a match against Northern Ireland ‘B’ at Hillsborough. England won the match 4–2, with Stubbs coming on during the second half as a substitute for Chris Bart-Williams.

Stubbs remained with Bolton throughout their 1995–96 campaign, their first in the top flight for 16 years, which was mostly spent in the bottom two places of the table and ended with them being relegated in bottom place.

Who is Alan Stubbs dating?

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Stubbs is probably best remembered for his injury time goal 11 days earlier (19 November 1997) in a 1–1 draw with Rangers, which kept Rangers lead in the league at the time over Celtic to a recoverable 4 points. Many believe that this was the most important goal of the season for Celtic; they would later go on to overtake Rangers in the league and win the Scottish Premier Division that season, their first league title since 1988, and prevent Rangers from securing a record breaking 10 league titles in a row.

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Facts & Trivia

Ranked on the list of most popular Soccer Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United Kingdom. Alan Stubbs celebrates birthday on October 6 of every year.

He joined Celtic on 10 July 1996 for £4 million, a record signing for Celtic and at the time the second biggest sale for Bolton. The deal became subject of scrutiny from FIFA, who initially fined Celtic £41,000 and Stubbs £28,000 for the use of unlicensed agents during the transfer. These fines were later reduced to £22,000 and £18,000 respectively on appeal.

Where is Alan Stubbs now?

Stubbs was appointed manager of EFL Championship club Rotherham United on 1 June 2016.

What age is Alan Stubbs?

50 years (October 6, 1971)

Who signed Alan Stubbs for Celtic?

Attempting to fix a fragile defensive unit, Burns broke Celtic’s transfer record to lure Alan Stubbs from Bolton, beating off interest from a number of Premier League sides to secure the big Englishman. The £4million acquisition was a shrewd move and one that was later to prove invaluable to the Parkhead side.

Who signed Alan Stubbs for Everton?

Squad number15
Joined fromSunderland
Signed byDavid Moyes
Transfer feeFree
Contract duration1 year

Who is St Mirren manager?

St Mirren Football Club is delighted to confirm that Stephen Robinson is our new manager. Stephen has agreed a two-and-a-half-year deal with the club – joining from English League One Morecambe FC.

The following season (1997–98 season) saw a new manager, Wim Jansen, in charge at Celtic and a new partner in central defence alongside Stubbs, Danish international Marc Rieper. Both these factors saw an upturn in Stubbs’ fortunes at Celtic, and his pairing with Rieper in defence made Celtic a much more formidable obstacle to rivals Rangers. After an initial shaky start to the season, Celtic began to find their form and Stubbs picked up his first winner’s medal on 30 November 1997 with Celtic beating Dundee United 3–0 in the Scottish League Cup Final.

Stubbs continued to impress at Celtic with his strong presence in defence, good range of passing and occasional goal. However a routine drug test after the Scottish Cup Final defeat to Rangers in May 1999 revealed Stubbs was suffering from testicular cancer. Stubbs recovered and continued to be a mainstay in the Celtic side, picking up another winner’s medal in March 2000 when he came on as a second-half substitute for Ľubomír Moravčík during Celtic’s 2–0 win over Aberdeen in the Scottish League Cup Final. Stubbs also played 11 games in their 2000–01 SPL title winning season under new manager Martin O’Neill. However, he missed most of that campaign as he discovered early in the season that the cancer had come back. and had again to undergo treatment. Stubbs later recalled about this in Daily Mail columns as part of “The Footballers’ Column”, quoting:

He joined Everton in July 2001 after winning his battle against cancer, and after his Celtic contract expired. On his arrival at Goodison Park, Stubbs stated it had always been his dream to play for the club. Stubbs confirmed at the time part of his motive for moving to Everton was that he wanted to return home to his native Merseyside with his wife Mandy.

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