Biography

Glenn Hoddle Biography: Age, Net Worth, Height, Family

Glenn Hoddle’s net worth is estimated to be in the millions of dollars.

Glenn Hoddle

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Glenn Hoddle is a former English Premier League player and manager. He presently works as a television pundit and analyst for ITV Sport and BT Sport. He played for Tottenham Hotspur, Monaco, Chelsea, and Swindon Town, as well as England on the international stage.

Quick Fact Glenn Hoddle

Full Name:Glenn Hoddle
Age:64 years
Birthday:October 27, 1957
Birthplace:UK
Nationality:English
Gender:Male
Horoscope:Scorpio
Wife:Christine Ann Stirling
Net Worth:$13 million
Height:1.83 m
Profession:Soccer Player
Sibling:Carl Hoddle

Glenn Net worth, Earnings

Glenn Hoddle is the current England, football manager. Glenn Hoddle’s net worth is thought to be in the millions. He earned it as a professional player and coach.

Glenn Hoddle: Early Life and Family

Glenn Hoddle was born on October 27, 1957. Glenn Hoddle claims to be a sincere believer in Christ. Glenn Hoddle is the son of Derek and Teresa Hoddle. Glenn Hoddle’s older brother is Carl Hoodle. He was a member of the English football team both as a player and as a coach.

Glenn Hoddle Dating Life (Relationship)

Glenn Hoddle married Christine Anne Stirling in 1979, but they divorced in 1998. He married Vanessa J. Colbourn in 2000, but the pair split in 2015.

Professional Career

Hoddle joined the club as a junior when he was 12 years old, and he signed as an apprentice on April 17, 1974.
He overcame knee problems in his early teens and went on to win eight England Youth caps, the first of which came on March 18, 1975, against Spain.
On August 30, 1975, he made his Spurs first-team debut as a 17-year-old substitute for Cyril Knowles in a 2-2 draw against Norwich City.
Hoddle didn’t make his First Division debut until February 21, 1976, but he did so with a bang, netting the game-winning goal past Stoke City and England goalkeeper Peter Shilton.
Despite being relegated to the Second Division after 27 seasons in the First, a Hoddle-led Tottenham team achieved promotion on the first try in 1976-77.
As Tottenham continued their transitional period, Hoddle’s international career began on December 15, 1976, in an Under-21 friendly match against Wales.

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