Rob Lee Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Rob Lee is a 56-years-old Unknown Athlete from the United Kingdom. his estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read his life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details

Rob Lee Biography – Wiki

According to the wiki and biography of Rob Lee was born on 1 February 1966 in United Kingdom. let’s check out the Rob’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.

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2019

On 5 November 2019, Lee was inducted into the Newcastle United Hall of Fame.

2013

Lee made his Newcastle début as a substitute in a 1–0 win over Peterborough United. Newcastle were promoted to the Premier League at the end of the season, with Lee scoring 10 goals from 36 matches. Newcastle’s first season back in the top division for four years ended well, as they finished third and qualified for the UEFA Cup, although it was top scorer Andy Cole rather than Lee who made the most headlines at the club during this campaign. In the first round against Royal Antwerp Lee scored a hat-trick as Newcastle won 5–0 in Belgium in their first European game for 17 years.

2008

In May 2008, he captained Legal & General to victory in a charity five-a-side tournament in St Albans, helping to raise £15,000 for the leukaemia charity the Anthony Nolan Trust.

In 2008, he worked as a regular pundit for Singapore’s Football Channel. In 2010 he was also backup commentator alongside John Burridge for TEN Sports’ UEFA Champions League fixtures.

2006

In October 2006, Lee was interviewed for the manager position at AFC Bournemouth, but the job went to Kevin Bond. Lee was arrested in July 2007, alongside former teammate Warren Barton, for taking a limousine but was not charged. He also appeared for Newcastle on the charity television show Premier League All Stars in September 2007.

2003

After a short, unsuccessful spell with Derby, which saw them relegated from the Premier League, Lee was sold to West Ham United in 2003, after scoring twice in games against Reading and Ipswich Town. However, he played only a handful of games for the Hammers during the 2003–04 season. Following this, he was released on a free transfer, and was signed by former Arsenal and England captain Tony Adams, to help Wycombe Wanderers climb out of the newly named League Two. He played two seasons in League Two with the Chairboys, before leaving in June 2006, following the dismissal of John Gorman as the club’s manager. This took him past his 40th birthday, and he was among the oldest players still playing professional football in England by the time of his last game.

2002

On 7 February 2002, with Newcastle outsiders in the title race for the first time in five seasons, Lee called time on almost 10 years on Tyneside to join struggling Derby County for a transfer fee of £250,000, signing for the club just eight days after John Gregory was appointed as manager.

1998

Robson put Lee and fellow midfielder Gary Speed (signed in February 1998) back in the heart of Newcastle’s midfield. Lee scored in the FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea, but Newcastle lost 2–1. Lee was awarded a testimonial in 2001, nine years after joining the club, and a crowd of 18,189 turned out as Spanish side Athletic Bilbao won 1–0 at St James’ Park. Lee’s last goal for Newcastle came in a 4–3 win over Manchester United in 2001.

1997

After Keegan’s shock resignation in January 1997, Kenny Dalglish was named manager, and he made Lee captain as Newcastle again finished runners-up to Manchester United in the Premier League. After Dalglish’s sacking early in the 1998–99 season, Ruud Gullit was named Newcastle manager. After a good start, Gullit tried to quickly discard Lee, as well as Stuart Pearce and John Barnes, forcing them to train with the reserves.. For the start of the 1999–2000 season, Lee was not given a squad number by Gullit, and after Gullit had dropped Alan Shearer for the Tyne-Wear derby defeat against Sunderland, he resigned and was succeeded by the former England manager Bobby Robson.

1995

Manager Kevin Keegan refreshed the side over the summer of 1995, shelling out nearly £9million on David Ginola and Les Ferdinand, and allowing Lee a more attacking role. He won the Premier League player of the month for November 1995 as Newcastle built up a wide lead at the top of the league and looked increasingly capable of winning their first top division title since 1927. Newcastle finished the season in second place, after being 10 points ahead of Christmas and remaining top until March, but Lee was named in the PFA Team of the Year for the 1995–96 season.

1994

Lee finished the 1994–95 season with nine goals from 35 matches as Newcastle finished sixth in the table, although they had topped the league early in the season after winning their first six games.

Lee played for England between 1994 and 1998, scoring twice in 21 appearances. He was called up for the first time for a friendly against the USA in September 1994, and scored on his début the following month against Romania. He was in the squad for the 1998 World Cup under Glenn Hoddle, and came on once as a substitute against Colombia.

1992

Lee remained with Charlton for more than two years after relegation, but he was sold shortly after the start of 1992–93 season as the club needed money to finance its return to The Valley. At the time, Charlton were second in the table, and Lee moved to the league leaders, Newcastle United, for a fee of £700,000. He moved to Newcastle after their manager, Kevin Keegan, told him that Newcastle upon Tyne was closer to London than Middlesbrough, the other club interested in signing Lee, and who were already in the Premier League.

Lee who also has ancestry ties to the North East, having relatives who marched in the Jarrow March, signed for Newcastle in 1992. Despite his North East connections, Lee noted it was his childhood footballing hero Kevin Keegan who influenced him to move to Newcastle United. Keegan also promised Lee that if he moved to Newcastle United he would play for England. Newcastle player Gavin Peacock had first alerted Keegan to the ability of Lee. In passing a comment, Peacock stated to Keegan that there is a player from Charlton who could play at the highest level.

1984

Lee came through the academy of Charlton Athletic and established himself in the first team by the 1984–85 season, when he scored 10 goals in the Second Division. He rapidly became the Addicks’ star player playing as a winger and helping Charlton to promotion to the First Division at the end of the 1985–86 season and gained international recognition at under-21 level. He remained a regular in the top flight over the next four years until Charlton were relegated back to the Second Division at the end of the 1989–90 season.

1966

Robert Martin Lee (born 1 February 1966) is an English former professional footballer who played as a midfielder in the Premier League and Football League for Charlton Athletic, Newcastle United, Derby County, West Ham United, Oldham Athletic and Wycombe Wanderers.

BirthName, Nickname, and Profession

So first, let’s take a look at some personal details of Rob, like name, nickname, and profession.

Real NameRobert Martin Lee
NicknameRob
ProfessionAthlete


Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace


Age (2021)56 Years
Birthplace West Ham
Date Of Birth1 February 1966
SunsignAquarius
Hometown West Ham
Food HabitsNot Available
NationalityUnknown


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Height, Weight, And Body Measurements


Height178 cm
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In Feet: not available
WeightNot Available
In Pound: not available


Rob Lee Personal Life, Spouse, Wife


ParentNot Available
FatherNot Available
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Children1


Robert Martin Lee Net Worth


The Robert Martin Lee Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.


Monthly Income/Salary (approx.)$80K – $85k USD
Net Worth (approx.)$4 million- $6 million USD


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