Ray Parlour Biography
Ray Parlour is a famous English former professional footballer currently working for BBC Radio 5 Live and Talksport as a sports radio pundit. From 1992 to 2007, He mostly played as a midfielder and spent his career playing for Arsenal, Middlesbrough, and Hull City.
For Arsenal, Parlour played a total of 466 games with 32 goals. In addition, he briefly came out of retirement to play for Wembley in the club’s FA Cup fixtures in 2012.
Ray Parlour Age
Ray Parlour was born in Romford, England, United Kingdom on March 7, 1973. is 4He9 years old and celebrates his birthday every year on March 7.
Ray Parlour Height
Parlour is a man of tall stature and stands at a height of 6 ft 0 in (Approx 1.83 m).
Ray Parlour Family
Ray was born in Romford, England, United Kingdom to his supportive parents. Parlour holds British nationality. However, information regarding his family members is under review and will be updated as soon as available.
Ray Parlour Wife
He was married to his pretty wife called Karen. The duo was together from early youth. In 2001 Karen and Ray had a very high-profile divorce and in 2004, they agreed on how to divide their existing wealth.
After the second round of litigation, Karen was awarded an income of £440,000 a year to be paid for five years and also an amount that the Court of Appeal thought sufficient to allow her to put aside £250,000 a year to add to her capital. Parlour is the father of three children namely Charlotte, Frankie, and Georgina.
Ray Parlour Salary
Ray’s annual salary is $95,680 per year. This is according to BBC Radio 5 Live anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Ray Parlour Net Worth
Parlour has an approximate net worth of $18 Million.
Ray Parlour Career
In 1989, He joined Arsenal as a trainee and made his debut for the Gunners against Liverpool on January 29, 1992, conceding a penalty in a 2–0 defeat. Ray rose to fame after he took part in Arsenal’s European UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup final loss to Real Zaragoza from 1994 to 1995. After the arrival of Arsène Wenger as Arsenal’s manager in 1996, Parlour became central midfield. Ray played for the team until 2004 when he scored 22 goals in 339 games.
Later, Parlour joined Premier League club Middlesbrough on a free transfer in July 2004. Ray played for the team for three years and he signed a three-year contract. Roy was ruled out for two months for knee cartilage surgery in October 2005. Ray then returned to train at Arsenal. At the end of the 2006 -2007 season, Hull City signed him. Moreover, the team confirmed that it will not be retaining Parlour’s services for the following season’s campaign.
He briefly came out of retirement to play for Wembley in the club’s FA Cup fixtures in 2012. On May 12, 1992, he made his debut for the England under-21 team that drew 2-2 with Hungary.
, Ray appeared for the U21s on twelve occasions without scoring any goals. Also, he made his senior team debut as a substitute in a UEFA Euro 2000 qualifier against Poland in 1999.
Upon his retirement, Ray started his career as a pundit with Setanta Sports in 2007. Currently, he serves for BBC Radio 5 Live and Talksport as a sports radio pundit.
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