What car does Robbie Savage drive?
The footballing legend dubbed Mr Marmite was clocked at 99mph in his luxury hand-built Bentley Mulsanne by a traffic cop on a 70mph stretch of the A1 M. Savage told the officer he was on his way back from an Alan Shearer charity event the night before and was in a hurry to see his sons.
How many times did Robbie Savage get sent off?
Savage has, however, only been sent off twice in his career: once during an international game for the Welsh national team, and once during a Premier League game for Blackburn.
Is Robbie Savage a manager?
The club is now being relaunched as Macclesfield FC, who aim to compete in the North West Counties Football League next season. Savage, a broadcaster for the BBC and BT Sport, is an associate of Smethurst and will work in a head of football role. Danny Whitaker will also remain as manager of Macclesfield FC.
How old is Charlie Savage?
18 years (May 2, 2003)
Why was Robbie Savage left out of the derby team?
In August, Leicester City chairman Milan Mandaric declared an interest in Savage, which was dismissed by Derby. Paul Jewell repeatedly left Savage out of the team, after Derby’s poor start to the 2008–2009 season, and he was replaced as captain by Alan Stubbs.
What kind of disease did Robbie Savage’s father have?
In 2012, one of his sons, Charlie, was attached to Manchester United’s youth academy. 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.
When did Robbie Savage start working in the media?
Broadcasting career. Savage occasionally acted as a pundit during his club career, and started working in the media more regularly in the 2009–10 season. He worked in a number of different punditry roles during the 2010 FIFA World Cup before joining the presenting team for BBC Radio 5 Live’s 6-0-6 show.
How many times has Robbie Savage played for Wales?
He also played for the Wales national team on 39 occasions. He is now a pundit for the BBC and regularly presents 606 on BBC Radio 5 Live on Sunday evenings. He also co–presents Early Kick Off on BT Sport . Savage started his playing career as a trainee striker at Manchester United.