What is Bryan Robson net worth?
Bryan Robson net worth: Bryan Robson OBE is an English football manager and former player. Born in Chester-le-Street, County Durham. He is the longest-serving captain in Manchester United history.
Bryan Robson net worth is $35 million.
Robson was born in Chester-le-Street, County Durham, to Brian, a long-distance lorry driver, and Maureen Robson. He was the second of four children.
A keen footballer from a young age, he joined the local Cub Scout group purely so that he could play for their football team.
Robson attended Birtley South Secondary Modern School, and later, Lord Lawson of Beamish comprehensive school, where he competed for the school in athletics and football.
He was captain of both his school football team and the Washington and District team. As a teenager, he had trials with Burnley, Coventry City, Sheffield Wednesday, Newcastle United, and West Bromwich Albion.
He started his career professionally in 1974 after signing for West Brom Albion, earning £28 per week plus a £250 signing on fee.
Robson moved to United for a British record transfer fee of £1.5 million on 1 October 1981 and signed the contract on the Old Trafford pitch two days later before a game against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The record fee set by Robson was not broken for six years, when Liverpool paid £1.9 million for Newcastle striker Peter Beardsley in the summer of 1987.
Robson made his United debut on 7 October 1981 in a 1–0 defeat away at Tottenham Hotspur in the League Cup.
He played 461 games for United scoring 91 goals in total.
Robson won 90 caps for England, wearing the Three Lions in three World Cups. His 26 international goals included a hat-trick against Turkey in 1984, and a strike after just 27 seconds against France in the 1982 World Cup, which was the second-fastest goal of the tournament’s final stages.
Robson began his management career as a player-manager with Middlesbrough in 1994, retiring from playing in 1997.
In seven years as Middlesbrough manager, he guided them to three Wembley finals, which were all lost, and earned them promotion to the Premier League on two occasions. Between 1994 and 1996, he also served as assistant coach to England manager Terry Venables, which included Euro 96.
He later returned to West Bromwich Albion for two years as manager, helping them become the first top division team in 14 years to avoid relegation after being bottom of the league table on Christmas Day.
Less successful have been his short-lived spells as manager of Bradford City and Sheffield United, the former lasting barely six months and ending in relegation from what is now the EFL Championship, and the latter lasting less than a year and seeing his expensively-assembled side fail to challenge for promotion to the Premier League. On 23 September 2009, Robson was appointed manager of the Thailand national team.
Bryan Robson Net Worth
Bryan Robson net worth is estimated at $35 million. He is a Manchester United ambassador