Did Gary Stevens play for Rangers?

Did Gary Stevens play for Rangers?

Stevens continued to play for Rangers until 1994, and in 1993 was a key player in their treble winning side.

Is Trevor Steven Scottish?

Trevor McGregor Steven (born 21 September 1963) is an English former footballer. A right-sided midfielder, he grew through the ranks at Burnley, making his debut in 1981.

Who did Gary Stevens play for?

Gary Andrew Stevens (born 30 March 1962) is an English former footballer who played in the Football League for Brighton & Hove Albion, Tottenham Hotspur and Portsmouth. He won seven caps for England.

What age is Trevor Stevens?

58 years (September 21, 1963)
Trevor Steven/Age

What happened to Gary Stevens?

However, Stevens retired as a jockey for a third and final in 2018 on account of a neck injury incurred after a fall. In 2019, he returned to being a sportscaster, working as a racing analyst for Fox Sports.

How tall is Gary Stevens?

5′ 4″
Gary Stevens/Height

Which English player played for Marseille?

He was known as the successor to former Marseille player Roger Magnusson. Waddle was also voted second best OM player of the century behind Jean Pierre Papin for the club’s century anniversary in 1998. Waddle and Marseille reached the 1991 European Cup Final.

What was Hafnia?

Hafnia, which is Latin for Copenhagen, was a Danish canned meat company. During the 60s it was one of many Danish canning factories distributing worldwide. But funnily enough, you could never buy a can of Hafnia’s ham in the UK.

Did Chris Waddle play in the Premier League?

Non-league career Following his departure from Torquay United, Waddle enjoyed two seasons with non-league Worksop Town making 60 appearances and scoring 3 goals. His most notable appearance was in a 12–0 Northern Premier League record win against Frickley Athletic.

Are there any English players in PSG?

Home of World-Famous Football Legends The PSG club has been the home of football legends including Ronaldinho, Pauleta, George Weah and England’s own David Beckham!