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Richard Duffy was born on 30 August, 1985 in Swansea, Wales. Discover Richard Duffy'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 35 years old?
|Age||36 years old|
|Born||30 August 1985|
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Richard Duffy Height, Weight & Measurements
At 36 years old, Richard Duffy height is 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) .
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
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Dating & Relationship status
He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Richard Duffy Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Richard Duffy worth at the age of 36 years old? Richard Duffy’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Wales. We have estimated Richard Duffy's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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On 21 August 2019, Duffy joined Northern Premier League Division One South East club Kidsgrove Athletic. Manager Ryan Austin said that "he brings real quality to our squad as well as vast experience. We've been looking for a leader, and an organiser for a long time and, Rich fits that role perfectly". The 2019–20 season was formally abandoned on 26 March, with all results from the season being expunged, due to the COVID-19 pandemic in England.
On 6 February 2018, he played former club Swansea City in the FA Cup, which ended in an 8–1 defeat. Nevertheless, he scored two goals in 43 league appearances to help the "Magpies" to qualify for the play-offs at the end of the 2017–18 campaign. He also filled in as captain during absences by Michael O'Connor and the Nottingham Post reported that he had an "outstanding season". He was offered new contract by Notts County at the end of the 2017–18 season. He missed three months at the start of the 2018–19 season with a hamstring injury. Speaking in April, manager Neal Ardley stated that "he has been excellent [and] he has been part of the reason why we have looked solid at the back". County were relegated at the end of the campaign, ending a 131-year stay in the Football League. He was released by Notts County at the end of the 2018–19 season.
On 27 May 2016, Duffy rejected a new contract at Port Vale and dropped down two divisions to sign a two-year contract with National League club Eastleigh; manager Chris Todd described him as "one of my top targets this summer". However four weeks later he had his contract with Eastleigh cancelled so that he could sign a one-year contract with League Two club Notts County. He made 47 appearances across the 2016–17 campaign. In February 2017 he had an appearance-based contract extension clause removed from his contract so that he would be available for selection under new manager Kevin Nolan. Later that month Nolan stated that "he's probably been our best player all season". The next month was included in the EFL team of the week after making a "brilliant last-ditch block" to deny Wycombe Wanderers an equalising goal in a 1–0 win.
He started the 2014–15 season in a centre-back partnership with Ryan McGivern. He played a total of 29 games throughout the campaign. He started the 2015–16 season competing with Ryan Inniss and Remie Streete for one of two available centre-back places. He impressed manager Rob Page, who praised his organisation skills and fitness levels. His consistency meant that he went on to establish himself as the established centre-back alongside one of Inniss, Streete and McGivern. In February he stated that he hoped to win a new contract in the summer and that he was "in a good place with my family. I'm settled here".
"The Swans have offered him a fresh deal but he hasn't signed anything and is entitled to speak to other clubs from 1 January. The club could take cash up front or gamble on getting more from the tribunal in terms of compensation because Richard is under the age of 24. Richard knows a move to Portsmouth would be a big lift for his full international prospects with Wales. Soccer can be a relatively short career – a bad injury has ended so many dreams too early. I'm telling Richard to be sensible, but also to make the most of any opportunities that come along."
Duffy returned to the centre-half role alongside Chris Robertson in the 2013–14 season after Liam Chilvers was taken ill in mid-November. He went on to finish the campaign with 30 appearances to his name, helping the club to a ninth-place finish in League One. He signed a new two-year contract in June 2014.
Duffy signed a two-year contract with League Two side Port Vale in July 2012; this move reunited him with former Coventry boss Micky Adams. He admitted that having Micky Adams as his manager was the main reason he chose to come to Vale Park. He replaced Adam Yates as Vale's preferred right-back at the start of the 2012–13 season, but struggled when he was tried out at centre-back in the League Trophy. Vale were promoted at the end of the 2012–13 season, with Duffy putting in 39 appearances.
Duffy admitted driving under the influence in January 2011 after a "silly mistake" following a meal out with friends; he was banned from driving for 12 months and fined £700. He pledged his support to an Exeter based anti-drink-driving campaign and said that "I can only apologise for my actions. It was the first time I have done this and it will be the last. As a role model, especially to young people, this is not an example I should be setting... It just goes to prove that you can never be sure if you take a risk. I hope people reading this will heed the warning."
In February 2009, Duffy joined Kenny Jackett's Millwall on a contract until the end of the season. He played 12 League One games for the "Lions", but was one of ten players released from The Den in May 2009.
In July 2009, Duffy signed for newly promoted League One side Exeter City. He made 44 appearances in the 2009–10 season, picking up a total of 12 yellow cards during the course of the campaign. He made 50 appearances in 2010–11, and again helped Paul Tisdale's side to exceed expectations by finishing just three points outside the play-offs. Duffy signed a new one-year contract with the "Grecians" in May 2011. Despite injury concerns, he remained a key player at St James Park in 2011–12, as he played 34 games; despite his efforts the club suffered relegation in 23rd place.
In March 2008, Duffy rejoined Coventry City for the fourth time on loan until the end of the 2007–08 season. However he tore a thigh muscle the following month, and was sidelined for the rest of the season. He was told he was free to leave Portsmouth in January 2009, having started just the one game for "Pompey" in five years.
He spent the entirety of the 2005–06 season on loan at Coventry City. He made 34 appearances at the club, helping Coventry to a respectable eighth-place finish. He was also handed a new contract with Portsmouth in March 2006, causing Coventry boss Micky Adams to snipe "I am sure it will be nice playing in their reserves." In October 2006, he was loaned to Coventry for the third time, in a deal which was extended until 1 January 2007. This followed the collapse of an expected loan move to Queens Park Rangers. He played 13 games before returning to the South coast. On 10 January, a loan to former club Swansea City was agreed until the end of the 2006–07 season. He featured in 11 League One games for the "Swans", falling somewhat out of favour after manager Kenny Jackett was replaced by Roberto Martínez.
He was dropped from the squad in May 2007, but made a return in March 2008 for the friendly encounter with Luxembourg. In total he won 13 caps for his country in a three-year international career.
Duffy made his full international debut for Wales at the Liberty Stadium in a goalless draw with Slovenia on 17 August 2005. Manager John Toshack predicted a bright future for the young defender. He then played in a 1–0 defeat to England on 3 September 2005, and was said to have "acquitted himself well on the right". He further played against Poland four days later, and gave away a penalty for a foul on Kamil Kosowski, which was converted for the only goal of the game.
He featured as a substitute in a 3–2 win over Northern Ireland on 8 October 2005, and in a BBC report was marked 7 out of 10 for his "faultless display" and was noted as having "made some crucial clearances under heavy pressure". Coming on as a second-half substitute in a goalless draw with Bulgaria on 15 August 2006, he was described as "impressive" in a BBC report. He played 64 minutes of a 2–0 loss to Brazil on 5 September 2006. He later played in the 5–1 defeat to Slovakia on 7 October 2006. He also played the first half of a 4–0 friendly win over Liechtenstein on 14 November 2006.
Harry Redknapp handed Duffy his Premier League debut at Fratton Park on 1 May 2004, putting him on for Linvoy Primus 22 minutes into a 1–1 draw with Fulham. At the beginning of the 2004–05 season he was loaned out to Steve Cotterill's Burnley for four weeks. He gained much admiration from the Burnley fans for his excellent performances, and the loan deal was extended into another month. He scored in the "Clarets" 2–1 win over Leeds United at Elland Road. The young Welshman spent some of his loan spell at Turf Moor playing as a right-winger. He joined fellow Championship side Coventry City on a three-month loan in January 2005, becoming Micky Adams's first signing at Highfield Road. He played 15 games for the "Sky Blues", helping the club to narrowly avoid relegation.
He returned to fitness at the start of the 2003–04 season, and soon won a regular place in the first team. He scored his first career goal in a 3–0 home win over Macclesfield on 16 September. Despite only having played 18 Third Division games, the Wales youth international soon began to attract the attention of scouts from bigger clubs, and in January 2004 he was sold to Premier League side Portsmouth on a four-year contract for a six-figure sum (believed to be £300,000). He had forced through the move after rejecting Swansea's offer of a three-year contract, despite manager Brian Flynn's insistence that he would remain at Vetch Field. Flynn also accused Portsmouth of trying to unsettle the youngster.
He began his career at Swansea City, making his debut as a 16-year-old in December 2001, before winning a six-figure sum move to Premier League side Portsmouth in January 2004. He never broke into the first team picture at Fratton Park, and instead enjoyed numerous loan moves at Burnley, Coventry City, and former club Swansea. He switched to Millwall in February 2009, before signing with Exeter City in July 2009. He joined Port Vale in July 2012, and helped the club to secure promotion out of League Two in 2012–13. He stayed at the club for four years before joining Notts County via Eastleigh in June 2016. He joined Kidsgrove Athletic in August 2019.
Duffy began his career at Swansea City, making his senior debut under Colin Addison as a 16-year-old on 8 December 2001, in a 4–1 defeat to Macclesfield Town at Moss Rose; he was a 64th-minute substitute for Michael Howard. However a bout of spondylosis in his lower back kept him out injured for over a year.
Richard Michael Duffy (born 30 August 1985) is a Welsh professional footballer who plays for Northern Premier League Division One South East club Kidsgrove Athletic. A versatile player who can play either on the right or at the centre of defence, he won 13 caps for Wales between 2005 and 2008. He is the younger brother of Robert Duffy.