Robbie Savage

Where is Robbie Savage now?

Robbie Savage, a competitive, fiery midfielder renowned for winding up his opponents retired from playing in 2011 after three years at Derby County.

Upon retiring from playing, Savage entered the world of television and radio and is currently co-hosting Radio 5’s 606 show in which he won the Sony Radio Academy’s Rising Star award.

He also records a podcast with former cricketer Andrew Flintoff called Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy.

Savage is mostly seen on our screens as a pundit and occasional co-commentator for the BBC, BT Sport and ESPN.

He also co-hosted The Fletch & Sav, which was an extremely popular football show broadcast on BT Sport every Saturday morning.

The show was surprisingly cancelled at the end of the 2015/16 season.

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Robbie Savage also writes a weekly column for the Daily Mirror which is published every Friday.

In September 2011, Robbie Savage appeared on BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing, finishing a respectable sixth place.

He did however break his nose live on the Saturday night show when he did a knee slide straight into one of the cameras.

In 2011 Robbie Savage also released his book Savage!: The Robbie Savage Autobiography

He has also been a long time ambassador for bookmaker William Hill.

Savage released his second book in 2015 called I’ll Tell You What…in which he lifts the lid on all aspects of the modern game.

In November 2015, after criticism of Chelsea and their captain John Terry’s form, Savage was ridiculed by Terry in a press conference where he said that he didn’t take any notice of former players turned pundits that had ‘no careers’.

Follow Robbie Savage on Twitter @RobbieSavage8

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Robbie Savage: Premier League Statistics

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Premier League Teams Played forBirmingham City, Leicester City, Blackburn Rovers, Derby County

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