Alan Smith Biography

(British professional footballer)

Alan Smith is an English footballer. He last played for Notts County. He was married and is now possibly single.

More about the relationship

The English footballer was once married to Kristina Macmillan. The pair began dating in 2011 and finally tied their knot in 2015.

However, the couple couldn’t make their relationship long-lasting as they split up just after four months of their marriage.

Prior to her, Alan was in a relationship with many girls. Once, he has an affair with Lauren Frain. The duo started dating in 1998 and broke up after five years in 2003.

Soon after that, Alan linked up with Amy Nuttall. However, the pair also separated just after a couple of months. Furthermore, there was also a rumor of an affair between Alan and Dido.

Besides this, the English footballer was also in a relationship with several other models and singers such as Sarah Harding, Vanessa Nimmo, Gemma Atkinson, Sarah Cox, and Sophie Bovington-Kerr.

As per the reports, Alan is single.

Relationship Facts of Alan Smith

  • Alan Smith is not having an affair with anyone presently.
  • His sexual orientation is straight.

Who is Alan Smith?

Alan Smith is a British professional footballer, who currently is caretaking the English club Notts County. Furthermore, he has also represented the senior England national team in 19 matches.

Previously, he has also played for Manchester United, Newcastle United, and Leeds United. As a Manchester United player, Alan has also won the 2006-2007 Premier League and 2006 League Cup.

Alan Smith: Age, Parents, Ethnicity, Education

Alan was born on 28 October 1980, in Rothwell, United Kingdom.

He is the son of Lynne Smith and Paul Smith. He grew up in West Yorkshire along with his parents. From the beginning of his childhood, Alan has a keen interest in football and began to play at a very early age.

Concerning his education, Alan completed his school level at Rodillian School.

Alan Smith: Career, Net Worth, Awards

Alan began his career as a footballer at Leeds United scoring his first-team debut against Liverpool at the young age of 18.

During the 2000-2001 season, Leeds United also reached the semi-finals of the 2000–01 Champions League. After joining the club in 1984, Alan always remained the top-class player for his side.

During his six years spell at Leeds United, he played in 172 matches scoring 38 goals.

After Leeds United faced relegation, Alan moved to Premier League giant Manchester United in the 2003-2004 seasons for £7 million.

On 8 August 2004, he smashed a volley in his first match against Arsenal in the Community Shield. As Wayne Rooney was in brilliant form, Sir Alex Ferguson changed his position to holding midfield.

In his first season, he scored 10 goals. However, his second season wasn’t good at all as he was able to net only one goal in 33 matches.

As a Manchester United player, Alan has also won the 2006-2007 Premier League and 2006 League Cup.

Later, Newcastle United signed him for £6 million. In his debut game against Sampdoria, Alan netted the winning goal. During the 2008-2009 season, he finished the season without a goal.

On 1 June 2012, Alan was sold to Milton Keynes Dons after a poor spell at Newcastle United. After playing five seasons at the club, he remained goalless in a competitive match. So far, he has not scored a goal for the club in 81 appearances.

On 29 January 2012, the English man signed for the Milton Keynes Dons on a loan. For the club, Alan has played in 51 matches in which he has not scored in any appearances.

As his contract expired with Milton Keynes Dons, he joined Notts County on 20 May 2014 on a one-year player-coach contract. Furthermore, he also became the caretaker manager of the club on 3 January 2017 as the club sacked manager John Sheridan.

As an international player, Alan had already played for the U21 side before coming to the senior side. He earned his first international cap for England in May 2001.

However, he couldn’t make it to the FIFA 2002 World Cup. Moreover, he scored his debut goal for his country against Portugal in September 2002.

During his spell, he has played along with some big names such as  David Beckham, Wayne Rooney, and a few more.

Being a veteran football player, Alan earns a healthy amount of money from his profession. However, his salary is unknown. As of 2022, he has an estimated net worth of $50 million.

So far, Alan has won the 2006-2007 Premier League and 2006 League Cup with Manchester United.

In addition, he has also won the FA Youth Cup in the 1996-1997 season followed by Football League Championship in 2009-2010 with Newcastle United.

Alan Smith: Rumors and Controversy

Once, Alan was dragged into a controversy as he was appointed as the interim boss of Notts County. Apart from that, there are not any drastic rumors regarding his personal and professional life.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight

Alan Smith has a perfect physique with a height of 5 ft 10 inches and weighs 81 kg. Moreover, he has beautiful blue eyes and blonde hair.

Besides this, there is not any information regarding his other body measurements.

Social Media Profile

Alan is not active on social media. As of now, he doesn’t hold any social accounts such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


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