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Steve Guppy

Steve Guppy

Date of Birth March 29, 1969
Place of Birth Winchester
Country United Kingdom
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Age 52 years, 4 months, 13 days
Horoscope Aries

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Steve Guppy Biography

Stephen Andrew Guppy (born 29 March 1969) is an English former international football winger, who last worked as a coach with the Republic of Ireland national football team.

Steve Guppy is a famous Football Player, who was born on March 29, 1969 in United Kingdom.

According to Astrologers, Steve Guppy zodiac sign is Aries

Guppy was spotted playing for his local team, Colden Common and offered a chance with Southampton in March 1989. He made a handful of appearances in the Saints reserves at the end of the 1988–89 season (but failed to break into the first team) before moving to Jim Kelman’s Wycombe Wanderers in September 1989. He turned professional with Wycombe in 1992, at the age of 23. Prior to turning pro he worked on building sites.

Steve Guppy Net Worth

Steve Guppy is one of the richest Football Player. Steve Guppy is listed on Richest Football Player. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Steve Guppy net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Steve Guppy Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth$1.5 Million
SalaryUnder Review
Source of WealthFootball Player
HouseLiving in own house.

In February 1997 he was tracked down by his former boss Martin O’Neill, who paid £850,000 to take him to Premier League club Leicester City for the first time. He was cup-tied for their victory in the 1997 Football League Cup Final. It was in his first spell with the Foxes that he was most successful, playing in over 140 matches under O’Neill. He gained League Cup honours with Leicester City in 2000, having also reached the final in the previous season.

In August 1994, he was signed by Kevin Keegan’s Newcastle United for a fee of £150,000. He made one first team appearance as a substitute in the League Cup in Newcastle’s 2–0 defeat of Manchester United. He subsequently moved on to Port Vale in November 1994 for £225,000. Vale was a step down, but another top manager – in the form of John Rudge, helped him focus on being a first team performer again. He played in the 1996 Anglo-Italian Cup Final, as Vale lost 5–2 to Genoa. In nearly three seasons at the then First Division club he became a firm fan favourite and is now classed a club legend after his memorable performances on the left wing.

Steve Guppy Height

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Starting his senior career with Wycombe Wanderers in 1989, over a five-year period he made around 200 appearances for the club, helping Wycombe win promotion to the Football League. Earning a move to Newcastle United in 1994, later in the year he transferred to Port Vale. After three successful years at Vale he signed to Leicester City in 1997. After a four-year spell with the “Foxes” he moved to Scotland to play for Celtic. In 2004, he returned to Leicester, before brief spells with Leeds United, Stoke City, and another return to Wycombe. In 2005, he joined American club D.C. United, and after another year returned to the English non-league scene with Stevenage Borough. He then retired in 2008 following a spell back in the States with Rochester Rhinos.

In 2008, he headed for America again, signing with the Rochester Rhinos as Player and Assistant Coach. Guppy logged 1,520 minutes of playing time in 21 league matches, starting in most of his appearances. He tallied two assists, both of which came off of his trademark crosses from the left wing. Guppy’s first goal for the Rhinos came off of a header on 26 September in the final 10 minutes of the first-round, first leg play-off tie against the Charleston Battery.

In August 2006 he signed for Stevenage Borough, scoring his first goal for them in a 1–1 draw at Exeter City. With Jeff Kenna, Guppy became the first player to play at both the new Wembley and the old Wembley. This was achieved on 12 May 2007 when Kidderminster Harriers played Borough in the 2007 final of the FA Trophy at the new Wembley Stadium. Borough won 3–2 despite being 2–0 down at half time; Craig Dobson, who replaced Guppy on 63 minutes, scored the equalizing goal. Due to Stevenage winning, Guppy became the first ever person to win medals at both the old and new Wembley Stadium.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Football Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United Kingdom.

At Wycombe, he first teamed up with newly appointed Martin O’Neill and helped take them into the English Football League as Conference champions in 1992–93 as well as completing the non-league double by winning the FA Trophy. He was a virtual ever-present in Wycombe’s debut 1993–94 season in the Football League at the end of which they secured promotion to Second Division via the play-offs.

It was whilst at Leicester that he gained his only England cap, playing against Belgium on 10 October 1999. Manager Kevin Keegan described him as “a little bit like a left-sided David Beckham”. Guppy remains the only footballer to have played for England under-21, England semi-pro, England B and the full England teams.

In August 2001, Guppy re-joined O’Neill at Celtic for £700,000, where he spent two-and-a-half years. During his time at Celtic, they won the Scottish Premier League. After being released by Celtic in January 2004 he temporarily re-joined Leicester City but left them in the summer of 2004, to try to get to the US to play. He then spent a brief spell at Leeds United in August 2004, scoring once against Nottingham Forest, before gaining a short-term deal at Stoke City followed by a short spell back at Wycombe, scoring once against Swansea City. He moved to the United States but his short stint in Major League Soccer with Washington-based D.C. United was ended prematurely due to injury, and he was released by the club after playing in just five league games in which he was featured in a starting line-up alongside Freddy Adu in midfield.