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Welsh footballer
Born: October 18, 1974 (age 47 years), Wrexham, United Kingdom
Spouse: Sarah Savage (m. 2002)
Height: 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)

Position(s): Midfielder
Children: Charlie Savage, Freddie Savage
Parents: Colin Savage, Valerie Savage
Name Robbie Savage

Birth date 18-10-1974
Birth Wrexham (Wales)
Nationality England
Age 47

Height 1,85 m
Weight 75 kg
Preferred foot Desconocida
Potential 83
Status Retirado

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Savage was born in Wrexham on 18 October 1974, to Colin and Valerie Savage. He attended Ysgol Bryn Alyn in Gwersyllt, until he completed his GCSE studies in July 1991. On leaving school, Savage joined Manchester United as an apprentice.

Savage and his wife Sarah have two sons. In 2012 one of his sons, Charlie, was attached to Manchester United’s youth academy and in April 2021 he signed his first professional contract with the club.

On 8 December 2021, Savage provided commentary for BT Sport in the match where his son Charlie made his senior Manchester United debut in the UEFA Champions League, coming on as a late substitute in a 1-1 draw against Young Boys.

Robbie Savage’s father was diagnosed with Pick’s disease, a dementia-type illness, when he was in his mid-50s, and died in 2012. Savage is an ambassador for the dementia care and research charity, the Alzheimer’s Society.

Savage had said in the future he would have liked to finish his career at home town club Wrexham before going on to manage them. He also said that the greatest regret of his football career was not signing for Everton when he had the chance in 2005.

Savage published an autobiography in 2011, Savage!, written with Janine Self, and in 2015 published I’ll Tell You What…, a book of memoir and punditry.

In October 2014, Savage was awarded an honorary fellowship at Wrexham’s Glyndŵr University for services to sport.

Robbie Savage was born in Wrexham on 18 October 1974.

He went to Ysgol Bryn Alyn school in Gwersyllt.

He joined Manchester United as a trainee, but was given a free transfer by them to Crewe in 1994.

He went on to play for Derby County, Blackburn Rovers, Birmingham City, Leicester City, and Brighton and Hove Albion.

He was also a regular in the Welsh national team.

In January 2011, he announced on Twitter that he was retiring at the end of the season as a player.

Robbie Savage is a regular football pundit on BBC Radio Five Live and won The Sony DAB Rising Star Award for his work on 6-O-6.

His book Savage: The Robbie Savage Autobiography was published in August 2011.

In September 2011, Robbie Savage was paired with Ola Jordan on Strictly Come Dancing.

Robbie and Ola were the ninth pair to be voted off Strictly Come Dancing.

Amongst the quotes cited about Robbie Savage in Phil Shaw’s The Book of Football Quotations are:

Alan Birchenall, talking about Robbie Savage: “If brains were chocolate, he wouldn’t have enough to fill a Smartie.”

Martin O’Neill on Robbie Savage: “He looks as if he should be surfing in California, and if there’s one thing that annoys me about him, it’s that tan. We haven’t been to Barbados recently, so he must have been on the sun-bed.

As we approach February, I like players to have that drained pale look that I always had at that stage of the season.”

In 2017, the BBC launched the radio show and podcast Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy, featuring Andrew Flintoff, Robbie Savage and Matthew Syed discussing sports’ talking points.

In November 2019, Robbie Savage signed for non-league side Stockport Town in the 10th tier of English football.