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Leroy Rosenior was born on 24 August, 1964 in Balham, London, United Kingdom. Discover Leroy Rosenior's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?
|Age||57 years old|
|Born||24 August 1964|
|Birthplace||Balham, London, United Kingdom|
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Leroy Rosenior Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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Rosenior is a leading anti-racism campaigner in British football and travels the country working as an ambassador for the Show Racism The Red Card campaign. In 2018 he was awarded an MBE for his work in tackling discrimination in football and elsewhere in society.
Rosenior works as a presenter and pundit on G-Sports, an African Pay-Per-View channel, and for the BBC's coverage of the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations. Other punditry work has included BBC Radio 5 Live as well as The Football League Show and The League Cup Show on BBC television. He also appeared alongside fellow ex-pro Graeme Murty and presenter James Richardson in the BBC South, BBC South West and BBC West local Monday night football round-up show, Late Kick Off.
He was scheduled to take charge of the Sierra Leone national side for a friendly against Leyton Orient in May 2007, which they won 4–2. It was announced in May 2007 that he would take charge of Sierra Leone in their upcoming African Nations Qualifiers.
Rosenior returned to Torquay United as head coach on 17 May 2007, replacing Keith Curle, but was reportedly sacked after 10 minutes, which gave him the record of the shortest managerial reign in the history of English football. This was because at the same time Torquay were bought by a local consortium which installed Colin Lee as chief executive, who then appointed former Gulls player and Exeter City assistant manager Paul Buckle as manager.
In March 2006, he was named first team coach at Shrewsbury Town, acting as assistant to manager Gary Peters. He left in June 2006 to take up the managerial position at Brentford, succeeding Martin Allen. 20 years earlier he had replaced Allen when he came on as a substitute in the 1986 League Cup final. Five months after his appointment, Rosenior left the club, after a run of 16 games without a win, which culminated in a 4–0 home defeat to Crewe Alexandra.
Rosenior returned to non-league, managing Merthyr Tydfil before moving to Torquay United from July 2002 to January 2006, when he left the club by mutual consent after a 3–1 home defeat to Rochdale. In his second season in charge he took Torquay to promotion to Football League One, but was unable to keep them there, experiencing relegation on the last day of the season. The return to Football League Two heralded the departure of Alex Russell and Adebayo Akinfenwa, two of the club's best players. After languishing near the bottom of the league for half the season, Leroy eventually left the club by mutual consent.
He played for England at Under-16 and Under-21 levels but later changed allegiance to represent the Sierra Leone national team. In total he gained one cap for Sierra Leone, it came in the form of a 1994 African Nations Cup qualifying game versus Togo in Conakry on 9 January 1993. Togo later withdrew from the competition.
Leroy Rosenior MBE (born 24 August 1964) is a professional football coach and pundit. He is a former professional footballer whose clubs included Fulham, Queens Park Rangers (for whom he appeared as a substitute in the 1986 League Cup Final), Bristol City and West Ham United. Rosenior represented his birthplace England as a youth international, before formally switching to represent the Sierra Leone national football team.