Skip to main content

						Ian Thomas-Moore
1438714
REPORT

Ian Thomas-Moore

QUICK FACTS
Date of Birth August 26, 1976
Age 46 years, 5 months, 23 days
Place of Birth Birkenhead
Country United Kingdom
Profession Association Football Player
Horoscope Capricorn

Ian Thomas-Moore Birthday Countdown

0 0 0
Days
:
0 0
Hours
:
0 0
Minutes
:
0 0
Seconds

Ian Thomas-Moore is a famous Association Football Player, born on August 26, 1976 in United Kingdom. As of January 9, 2023, Ian Thomas-Moore’s net worth is $5 Million. This rapid improvement in form brought the attention of north west neighbours Burnley and Thomas-Moore moved to Turf Moor for a £1million record transfer fee in the winter of 2000.

Parents Ronnie Moore
Father Not Available
Mother Not Available
Siblings Not Available
Spouse Not Known
Children(s) Not Available
[X]

Biography

Ian Moore (born 26 August 1976 in Birkenhead) is an English former professional footballer who played as a centre-forward or winger. On 31 January 2008 Moore joined his father Ronnie when he signed for Tranmere Rovers for an undisclosed fee. He scored on his debut against his former club Leeds United in a 2–0 Tranmere victory. He also netted against Millwall and Port Vale as he ended the season playing up front with Chris Greenacre. Moore continued his good form against old club Leeds by scoring in a 2–1 home victory in the 2008/09 season.

In the last year of his contract, Leeds United decided to sign the striker, where he re-joined the ex-Burnley assistant manager, Sam Ellis. Moore was sold by Steve Cotterill for a fee of £50,000, an amount many Burnley fans were surprised at due to the player’s poor career with the Clarets. Moore hardly featured under manager Kevin Blackwell with many Leeds fans seeing Moore as a waste of time and space. However, on 19 September 2006 in the League Cup game against Barnet, Moore scored his first goals for Leeds United, netting twice to lead the team to a 3–1 victory. He then scored in the next round in a 3–1 defeat to Southend United.

Moore had another impressive season at Tranmere in 2009/10 season, having netted 15 goals, including two penalties against League One leaders Norwich City in a surprise 3–1 victory at Prenton Park. Ian Thomas Moore scored his 100th football league goal against Norwich. Moore also netted against Southampton, Gillingham, Wycombe and Aldershot. One of his most important goals in the same season was a valuable equaliser as Tranmere earned a point away at Colchester in their bid to avoid relegation.

Ethnicity, religion & political views

Many peoples want to know what is Ian Thomas-Moore ethnicity, nationality, Ancestry & Race? Let's check it out! As per public resource, IMDb & Wikipedia, Ian Thomas-Moore's ethnicity is Not Known. We will update Ian Thomas-Moore's religion & political views in this article. Please check the article again after few days.

In August 2010, manager Les Parry revealed that Moore had submitted a transfer request after being approached by another club, rumoured to be Rotherham United where his father Ronnie Moore was, at the time, manager.

Ian Thomas-Moore Net Worth

Ian is one of the richest Association Football Player & listed on most popular Association Football Player. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Ian Thomas-Moore's net worth $5 Million.

Net Worth $5 Million
Salary Under Review
Source of Income Association Football Player
Cars Not Available
House Living in own house.

He made his first big-money move in March 1997 in a £1million move to Nottingham Forest under Dave Bassett but failed to make a significant impact – getting just one goal against Stoke City in 15 games and so was loaned out again, this time to West Ham United in the Premier League. Moore was given little chance at the Boleyn Ground and made just one substitute appearance in a 3–0 defeat to Southampton.

In August 2010, manager Les Parry revealed that Moore had submitted a transfer request after being approached by another club, rumoured to be Rotherham United where his father Ronnie Moore was, at the time, manager.

On Tuesday 6 September 2011, Thomas-Moore posted on the social networking site Twitter that he was retiring from professional football. Moore posted: “After a long hard think over weekend, I have decided to pull the curtain down on my career, was hard but the right time, thanks for support”.

In August 2011 Moore began training daily with Stockport County from the Conference Premier.

Ian Thomas-Moore Girlfriend

According to our records, Ian Thomas-Moore is possibily single & has not been previously engaged. As of January 12, 2023, Ian Thomas-Moore’s is not dating anyone.

Relationships Record: We have no records of past relationships for Ian Thomas-Moore. You may help us to build the dating records for Ian Thomas-Moore!

Again Moore proved why he was awarded Player of the Season at Tranmere, creating and scoring a vital penalty to put Tranmere 1–0 up in their vital clash against Millwall at Prenton Park, which resulted in Tranmere running out 2–0 winners. Moore also assisted in the second goal.

Height, Weight & Body Measurements

Ian Thomas-Moore's height 5 ft 11 in Ian weight Not Known & body measurements will update soon.
Height 5 ft 11 in
Weight Not Known
Body Measurements Under Review
Eye Color Not Available
Hair Color Not Available
Feet/Shoe Size Not Available

Facts & Trivia

Ian Ranked on the list of most popular Association Football Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United Kingdom. Ian Thomas-Moore celebrates birthday on August 26 of every year.

On the evening of 3 March 2012, following the dismissal of Les Parry as Tranmere Rovers manager, Moore suggested that his father, Ronnie, contact Peter Johnson, the Tranmere chairman. Ronnie did so, and was installed as manager, the following day, until the end of the 2011–2012 season. He was also in line to sign for the 2012–2013 season to come out of retirement but after a few training sessions with Tranmere he again informed he was going back into retirement.

He ended up having an impressive season for Rovers, he scored 11 times as Rovers finished 7th and were two minutes away from clinching a play-off place. Thomas-Moore scored a quality double against Carlisle in Rovers’ 4–1 win. He also added goals against the likes of Stockport, Southend and Oldham as well as gaining a goal of the season candidate with a volley against Scunthorpe in the Football League Trophy.

Moore became known at Turf Moor for his pace and dedication, and regularly chased down goalkeepers and defenders to try and force mistakes. Moore went on to make almost 200 appearances for ‘The Clarets’, scoring 37 league goals in the process. He seemed to enjoy the FA Cup most though – netting a hat-trick against Canvey Island and a double against Bournemouth. Some of his fans said he was like a “dog with a balloon”.

Stockport County was the next team to take a gamble on the goal-shy striker who signed him for a club record fee of £800,000. To some extent the gamble paid off and Moore gave a goal return of almost one goal in every four games – netting 20 times and becoming the club’s leading scorer.

You may read full biography about Ian Thomas-Moore from Wikipedia.