Sam Allardyce: Net Worth| Wife| Salary:

Sam Allardyce

Samuel Allardyce, colloquially referred to as Big Sam, was born on 19 October 1954. He is an English football manager and former professional player who is currently the manager of Premier League club West Bromwich Albion. Today we will discuss about Sam Allardyce: Net Worth| Wife| Salary.


Sam Allardyce: Net Worth| Wife| Salary…

Samuel Allardyce was born in October 1954 on the Old Park Farm Estate, Dudley, he is the son of Robert Allardyce (1916–1989) and Mary Agnes Allardyce (1918–1991). His father was a police sergeant. Both parents were belonged from Scotland: his father from Nairn and his mother from Dumfries. He has an older sister, Mary, born in Scotland in 1939, and an older brother, Robert junior, born in 1951. Allardyce was educated at Sycamore Green Primary School and later at Mons Hill School, having been unsuccessful in his Eleven-plus exam. He discovered in later life that he suffers from dyslexia. As a child, he supported Wolverhampton Wanderers and dreamed that one day he would play at and manage the club.

Personal information
Full name Samuel Allardyce
Date of birth 19 October 1954 (age 66)
Place of birth Dudley, England
Height 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Position(s)             Defender                                 

Net worth

Former manager of the England national team and former professional player Sam Allardyce has an estimated net worth of £10 million. Born on October 19, 1954, Allardyce spent his youth with semi-professional side Dudley Town.


Sam Allardyce

Lynne Allardyce is tha wife of Sam Allardyce, they both were married since 1974. He met his wife Lynne Ward while still a youth team player at Bolton Wanderers, and the pair married on 1 June 1974. They have a son, Craig (9 June 1975), and daughter, Rachael (21 April 1979). He was given an honorary doctorate by the University of Bolton in July 2010.


Sam Allardyce will receive a six-figure bonus for every place West Bromwich Albion finish above 18th in the Premier League, due to an extraordinary contract that could earn him up to £10million in 18 months at the club.

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