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.

Starting his career at Manchester United alongside the likes of Beckham, Giggs, Butt, Scholes and the Nevilles, Savage played for 17 years making over 600 first-team appearances.

A League Cup winner with Leicester City,  he also represented the Wales national side on 39 occasions scoring two goals.
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Upon retiring from playing football, Savage started working in the media both on television and radio and won the Sony Radio Academy’s Rising Star award for his 606 show on Radio 5.

Working as a pundit for various channels including the BBC and the ESPN he moved to BT Sport when it was launched in 2014 firstly as a pundit and then as a co-host of The Fletch & Sav Show until it was cancelled in 2016.

He now hosts a Saturday morning show on BT Sport called Saturday Morning Savage and is a regular panelist on the channel’s Saturday afternoon results show Score as well as working as an occasional co-commentator.

Savage has also released two books since he has retired, one in 2011 called Savage!: The Robbie Savage Autobiography and the second four years later called I’ll Tell You What…

He also writes a weekly column for the Daily Mirror which is published every Friday and is a long-time ambassador for bookmaker William Hill.

Follow 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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