What happened to Alan Hansen the football pundit?

What happened to Alan Hansen the football pundit?

ALAN HANSEN has revealed that he retired after 22 years as a telly pundit on Match of the Day in 2014 because of nerves. Hansen was always one of the first names on the team-sheet during his time on BBC’s flagship football show, but revealed in an interview earlier this year that he suffered with nerves every week.

How old is Alan Hansen footballer?

66 years (June 13, 1955)Alan Hansen / Age

Where was Alan Hansen born?

Sauchie, United KingdomAlan Hansen / Place of birthSauchie is a town in the Central Lowlands of Scotland. It lies north of the River Forth and south of the Ochil Hills, within the council area of Clackmannanshire. Sauchie has a population of around 6000 and is located one mile northeast of Alloa and two miles east-southeast of Tullibody. Wikipedia

How many caps did Alan Hansen win for Scotland?

26 caps
Astonishingly, despite winning 26 caps for Scotland, Hansen was snubbed by his country for the 1986 World Cup – a gross error of misjudgment that baffled everyone at Anfield. But his legendary status increased as he skippered the club to a further two championships before a serious knee injury curtailed his career.

Is Alan Hansen married?

Janet HansenAlan Hansen / Spouse (m. 1980)

What number was Alan Hansen?

Alan Hansen

Season club
81/82 Liverpool FC 6
81/82 Liverpool FC 10
81/82 Liverpool FC 11
80/81 Liverpool FC 6

How much does Steve Bruce get paid?

It had been estimated that Bruce was earning a base salary of £2.75 million/year equating to £57,000 a week. When the Northumberland-born manager started at Newcastle, he became the worst-paid Premier League manager, earning £1 million-a-year compared to the £6 million that his predecessor, Rafael Benitez earned.

Why are so many former Liverpool players now pundits?

However, Mourinho’s point about many former Liverpool players becoming pundits is correct. This alludes to a genuine, enduring love for the game fostered within the club, and in this article we take a look at 10 prominent figures that have made the transition from Liverpool favourites to regular pundits.

How many appearances has Steven Hansen made for Liverpool since joining?

Amassing 620 appearances for the club, as per LFCHistory, Hansen is now as much of a mainstay on the Match of the Day sofa as he was in Liverpool’s defence.

Who is Alen Hansen?

Not to be confused with Allan Hansen or Alen Hanson. Alan David Hansen (born 13 June 1955) is a Scottish former footballer and BBC television football pundit. He played as a central defender for Partick Thistle, for the successful Liverpool team of the late 1970s and 1980s, and for the Scotland national football team.

Where did Alan Hansen play football?

Alan Hansen played his early football (along with his brother John) at Scottish Junior league club, Sauchie Juniors near Alloa in Clackmannanshire.