Graeme Jones and his wife are both huge football fans. Not only fans but Graeme profession prolongs as an assistant football manager. Stay with the article to find out more about Graeme.
Graeme is a former player and current football manager. Jones played as a forward during his career from 1991 to 2006. Graeme began his coaching career in 2007 with Swansea City, where he was an assistant manager.
Jones is all set to join Gareth Southgate as their coaching staff for UEFA Euro 2021. He agreed to support the team whilst still working for the Newcastle England team. This news was confirmed after former coach Allan Russell left his position with the team.
Meet Graeme Jones’s Wife
Graeme Jones’s wife is Debbie.
Debbie is originally from Stockton-on-Tees, England. Debbie and her family are huge supporters of Middlesbrough, a local football team.
Graeme lives with his wife and family in Wigan, England, United Kingdom.
Further information about Graeme and his family is kept away from the media.
Is Graeme Jones On Wikipedia?
Graeme Jones is on Wikipedia.
Jones was born on March 13, 1970, in Gateshead, England. Graeme’s age is 51 years. His full name is Graeme Anthony Jones.
Graeme started playing for the North Shields in 1991, and in 1992, he moved to Bridlington Town. Jones has played for Bury, Doncaster Rovers, St. Johnstone, Boston United, Wigan Athletic, Hamilton Academical, Clyde, and Southend United.
• Newcastle’s PL record before Graeme Jones was assistant:
• After Graeme Jones became assistant:
— Premier League Panel (@PremLeaguePanel) May 25, 2021
According to his LinkedIn profile, Graeme Jones was an assistant manager for the Everton Football Club, Liverpool, United Kingdom, from June 2013 to May 2016.
His Salary And Net Worth Details
The details about Graeme Jones’s salary and net worth are currently private.
Graeme got a £250,000 compensation deal from Newcastle in early 2021, reports The Shields Gazette.
Best of luck, Graeme! ⚫️⚪️
— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) May 25, 2021
Graeme might make a fortune given his successful career as a former footballer and now a coach. He managed Luton Town from 2019 to 2020 before leaving to go work for Newcastle United and Bournemouth.