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Chris Swailes

Chris Swailes

Date of Birth October 19, 1970
Age 51 years, 3 months, 21 days
Place of Birth Gateshead
Country United Kingdom
Profession Football Player
Horoscope Libra

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Chris Swailes Biography

Chris Swailes is a famous Football Player, who was born on October 19, 1970 in United Kingdom. According to Astrologers, Chris Swailes's zodiac sign is Libra.

Christopher William Swailes (born 19 October 1970) is an English former professional footballer. He is currently manager of Dunston UTS.

Swailes was a trainee bus driver at Ipswich Town from 1989 to 1991, eventually moving to Peterborough United on 28 March 1991 for a fee of £10,000, after turning down a contract offered by the Ipswich manager at the time, John Lyall. Five months later, he moved on to Boston United of the GM Vauxhall Conference on a free transfer, after feeling homesick for the North East. He played only part-time for them, going out on loan to Kettering and Third Division Birmingham City for a while, before signing for Bridlington Town, again for free. After a short spell on loan to Guisborough Town, he followed the Bridlington chairman Ken Richardson to Doncaster Rovers, then in the Third Division, for no fee (once again).


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In 54 appearances for Doncaster over the next 17 months, he scored one League Cup goal in a first round, second leg, away fixture at Wrexham on 23 August 1994.

Chris Swailes Net Worth

Chris Swailes is one of the richest Football Player & listed on most popular Football Player. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Chris Swailes net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Chris Swailes Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth$1.5 Million
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Source of IncomeFootball Player
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HouseLiving in own house.

In 54 appearances for Doncaster over the next 17 months, he scored one League Cup goal in a first round, second leg, away fixture at Wrexham on 23 August 1994.

In March 1995, the new Ipswich Town manager George Burley paid £150,000 for Swailes to return to his former club. Unfortunately, in his first Premier League game for them at home to Aston Villa on 1 April 1995, he scored an own goal in stoppage time at the end of the match, to confirm a 1–0 defeat. Ipswich were relegated to the First Division at the end of that season.

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Over the next two-and-a-half years, he made just 47 appearances in League, Cup and other games for them, scoring only once. The bulk of his contribution came in the 1996–97 season, when he was given an extended run. Ipswich finished in fourth spot and entered the First Division playoffs, but lost on the away goals rule after extra time in the semi-final second leg at home to Sheffield United, Swailes being replaced by Kieron Dyer in the 91st minute.

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On 19 June 2001, Swailes signed a contract with newly promoted Rotherham, and looked forward to a new season playing in the Football League First Division. Throughout season 2001–02, Swailes was an ever-present, making 44 League appearances and scoring 6 League goals. However, the club exited both the FA Cup and the League Cup early, and avoided relegation only by having a better goal difference than Crewe, who went down occupying the third-from-bottom position in the First Division.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Football Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United Kingdom. Chris Swailes celebrates birthday on October 19 of every year.

During the following season, in a match at home to Millwall on 4 January 2000 (his last game before a three-match ban was due to commence for getting sent off at Burnley on Boxing Day 1999), Swailes suffered a double hernia, but played on to the end of the match, and ended up in hospital. He was not fit enough to play for the reserves until mid-April, and did not taste first team football again until completing ninety minutes in the home Second Division fixture against Blackpool on 22 April 2000, which they won 3–2.

Although he was offered a new one, in June 2001 Chris Swailes’ contract with Bury expired, and he was then able to move on a free transfer under the Bosman ruling. In reaction to an enquiry towards the end of May that year from Ronnie Moore of Rotherham United, Bury had asked for a £100,000 fee – however, they refused to pay this.

In the 2002–03 season, Swailes was sent off by referee Graham Laws shortly before half-time in a First Division match at home to Portsmouth on 5 October 2002. His manager, Ronnie Moore, bemoaned the referee’s contribution to the game, saying: “One man has spoiled the game. It would have been a game, a hell of a game.” The incident which led to Swailes’ sending-off was described by The Guardian thus:

Swailes and Rotherham finished the season just below mid-table. Much the same happened in the following season, although they were involved in a “sensational shoot-out” following a 1–1 draw, after extra time, at Arsenal in the League Cup third round on 28 October 2003. Arsenal won the penalty competition 9–8, after Swailes had missed his “sudden death” spot-kick, leaving Sylvain Wiltord to claim victory by converting his.

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