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Some of The favourites on the After Dinner Circuit

Lee Sharpe

Neil Razor Rudock

Ronnie Whelan

Paul Merson

Barry Fry

Lee Sharpe: One of the biggest names in the British game during the nineties, Lee Sharpe is recognised by many as one of the finest players of his generation. He thrived under the management of Alex Ferguson at Manchester United and kept the likes of Ryan Giggs in the shade for many years. At the time, his popularity with legions of fans was unparalleled. During his Manchester United career Lee Sharpe won eight England caps, three league titles, two FA Cup and the European Cup Winners Cup. He went on to play for Leeds United and Bradford City before retiring in 2004.

Since his retirement, Lee has appeared on Score, Football Focus and Match of the Day 2 both as a live studio guest and as a features reporter. He was a celebrity contestant on Dancing on Ice and Celebrity Love Island, co-hosted Junior Gladiators and was a roving reporter on Footballers Wives.

Lee has quickly established a reputation as a very good after dinner speaker. He brings his fun outlook on life to the after dinner circuit with numerous stories from the world of football and television, about the characters and personalities he has worked with.

Lee Sharp is available for Sporting Dinners, corporate functions and media work and is an excellent after dinner speaker.

Ronnie Whelan was born 25th September 1961 in Dublin, Ireland. Ronnie is a popular after dinner speaker at Sporting Dinners & Lunches.

He played 459 games with 17 sub appearances scoring 73 goals

Honours - 1 European Cup, 6 League Championships, 3 League Cups, 2 FA Cups, 53 caps for Republic of Ireland.

Whelan nearly played for Manchester United after being a trialist at Old Trafford but after being released Liverpool picked him up from Home Farm. He marked his debut with a goal against Stoke but didn't become a regular straight away.
The gifted successor to Ray Kennedy on the left flank of Liverpool's midfield, Whelan made a massive contribution to the club's majestic triumphs under Bob Paisley and Kenny Dalglish in the 1980's winning six League title medals, three FA Cup, a European Cup and three Milk Cup medals.

Jan Molby

Steve Daley

Chris Kamara

Steve Daley Sporting speaker of the year two years runnin had a great career as a pro footballer, starting at Wolves as a 15 year old, making his professional debut in 1971, during his 8 year spell with the west midlands club, Steve Daley made 212 appearances and scored 38 goals Steve won a League Cup winners medal with Wolves in 1974 and played in their run through to the 1972 UEFA Cup Final, scoring a vital goal in the semi final against Ferencváros inside the first minute.

He was an ever-present in the 1976–77 season, scoring 13 goals, and a further eight the following season saw him receive an England ‘B’ call up.

Steve played six times for the ‘B’ side during 1978, scoring twice (against Singapore and Czechoslovakia ‘B’).

Steve Daley transfered to Manchester City for a british record fee of £1.4Million in 1979, spending 2 seasons at maine Road, with further spells at Seattle Sounders, Burnley and San Diego Sockers, Steve ended his professiional playing days at Walsall in 1986

Steve Daley was Voted soccer speaker of the year 2009 and 2010

Ray Parlour

John Aldridge

Jason Mcateer

Jason & John

Steve Claridge

Dean Saunders

John Barnes

Kevin Keegan

Stuart Pearce

Dieter Hamann

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