Phil Chisnall Wife And Children: The former Manchester United and the Liverpool star dies at the age of 78.
Known for his footballing career in the 60s and the 70s, Phil Chisnall still is the last player to move directly from Manchester United to Liverpool football club or vice-versa.
The rivalry of Merseyside and Manchester clubs is dated way back to the inception of those clubs. Known for their fierce rivalry, Phil Chisnall, a Manchester United player, moved to Liverpool in 1964. And until this date, he remains the last to do so.
Phil Chisnall Wife And Children
Chisnall was a married man with a wife and family. However, there’s not much known about them.
Played during the time when football was not modernized by financials, Phil Chisnall once said that his own wife was the only agent he ever had. And she took the 10% of his wages as her salary.
But the footballer hadn’t shared any further details regarding her wife, children, and family.
We are deeply saddened by the passing of Phil Chisnall.
The thoughts of everyone at Liverpool Football Club are with Phil’s family and friends at this sad and difficult time.
Rest in peace, Phil Chisnall 1942-2021.
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) March 4, 2021
Phil Chisnall Cause of Death: How did he die?
The retired footballer died of heart issues he was having for a few years.
Even though the cause of his death is yet to be revealed, Phil was suffering from major strokes for more than 5 years. So, it is to believe that it took the life away from him.
A well-celebrates premier league legend, his death has left everyone in the footballing world in ruins. Hope he finds peace wherever he is.
We are saddened to learn of the recent passing of Phil Chisnall at the age of 78.
A mainstay in the side after joining in 1967, Phil went on to feature 161 times, scoring 32 goals in four years at Roots Hall.
Our thoughts are with Phil’s family and friends at this sad time.
— Southend United (@SUFCRootsHall) March 4, 2021
Everything on the footballer’s Career and Net Worth
A native of Manchester, Phil started his footballing career at Manchester United. After 3 years of career with the Reds, the striker made a historic move to their arch-rivals, Liverpool. He made just 10 appearances with the Merseyside team, though.
Known for his time in Southen United, the forward concluded his career with the National League side, Stockport County.
We, unfortunately, have no information on his present earnings and net worth.