Chris Waddle

Former Football Player & Pundit - Tottenham & more
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Usually responds within 5 days
English former professional football player and manager, nicknamed "Magic Chris”. He played for Tottenham, Newcastle, Sheffield Wednesday and Olympique de Marseille where he won three successive League 1 titles and played in the 1991 European Cup Final. Waddle also earned 62 caps for England, including at the 1986 FIFA World Cup. Waddle now works for BBC Radio Five Live as a commentator. Order a personalised, business or corporate message now! ⚽️
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UEFA Euro 2021
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To: Stuart Heenan

"Really pleased, what a great response from a Wednesday legen..."

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Birthday
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Birthday
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Birthday
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Birthday
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To: Adam

"Absolutely delighted with the message Chris - way longer and..."

About Chris Waddle

Career: Chris Waddle is a former professional football player and manager from England. He has a colorful professional football career of 20 years in which he played in different clubs including Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur, Olympique de Marseille, and Sheffield Wednesday. He was considered to be the third most valuable player in the world. Between 1985 and 1991, Chris Waddle won 62 caps for England including being part of the teams that reached the quarter finals of the 1986 FIFA World Cup. He also ventured into team management and TV broadcasting after his retirement from playing. Waddle became a TV football pundit, commentator, and sports newspaper writer. Currently, he works as a sports analyst for BBC Radio Five Live’s Premier League football coverage. Early life: Outside his playing career, Chris Waddle has a passion for singing. He was able to record the song “Diamond Lights” with his teammate, Glenn Hoddle. The song even reached number 12 in the UK Singles Chart in 1987. Get connected with Chris Waddle through memmo and receive a celebrity video message. Make any occasion extra special by requesting a personalized greeting from your favorite star. This can be in the form of a birthday message, greetings,. Wishes, or shout outs.