In the leading network NBC, former British football player Robbie Mustoe covers the English Premier League and NBC Sports Group’s pre- and post-match show. The retired footballer spent most of his career at the League First Division club Oxford United.
During his football career, he made nearly 500 appearances in all competitions.
Family Man Robbie Exults Son With Wife!
Former Oxford United midfielder Robbie Mustoe is a family man and is fulfilling his parental duty over his son. With his wife Caroline Mustoe, the retired footballer shares a son named Lewis Mustoe. He and Caroline relish their wedding anniversary every year on 19 June.
The couple's son Lewis was born in August 1995 in England, and after Robbie's retirement, the family flew to the United States. The family of three then stayed in a historic city just outside Boston.
Robbie Mustoe's wife Caroline Mustoe and his son Lewis Mustoe in May 2015 (Photo: Twitter)
Robbie is proud of the fact that two of the most important woman of his life share the same birthday. His wife Caroline and his mother have their birthday on 15 December. During their birthday in December 2009, the NBCUniversal Analyst spoke to his mother in the phone and spent a romantic date night with his lovely wife.
Robbie Mustoe's Salary, Net Worth, And NBC
Robbie, age 50, collects the net worth from his career as a British commentator and retired footballer. According to the Glassdoor, the average salary of an NBCUniversal Analyst is $60,500 per year and can range from $46,406 to $90,000. On NBCUniversal Media, Robbie got his named carved as a Soccer Analyst/Commentator in March 2013.
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Before NBC, he worked as a Soccer Analyst/Commentator in ESPN covering the international soccer competitions. He contributed to the color commentary and analysis for ESPN from March 2008 to March 2013. Robbie was also the assistant coach of Boston College and Bentley University.
As a professional football player, Robbie played as a midfielder in The Premier League club Oxford United. In 1986-87, he made his professional debut in the League First Division and played nearly 100 league games for the club. In 1990, Robbie signed £375,000 contract and moved to Middlesbrough and played till 2002. He also played for Charlton Athletic and took his official retirement from Sheffield Wednesday in 2004.
Bio And Wiki
Born on 28 August 1968, Robbie Mustoe is a native of Whitney, Oxfordshire, England. The retired footballer stands at the height of 1.78 m (5 feet 10 inches) and holds British nationality.
He moved to the Lexington, Massachusetts after retiring from football and began to coach college soccer. Robbie was at the age of 38 when he helped the team of Boston College to secure the victory in ACC Men’s Soccer Conference and Tournament.
Robbie has written a book Woody and Nord where he was described as a 'most honest professional in the game' by the English football manager, Gareth Southgate, as per wiki.