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Alan Brazil

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Football player for Manchester United, Ipswich and the Scottish national side, now television and radio pundit.
League career: Ipswich Town, Tottenham Hotspurs, Manchester Unitde, Coventry City, Queens Park Rangers.
Other highlights: UEFA Cup with Ipswich Town in 1981;
World Cup Finals with Scotland in 1992.

Alan made his league debut for Ipswich Town in 1976 and set his career off to a flying start when he featured as part of the team that became UEFA Cup Champions 1981. Whilst with Ipswich he scored 90 goals in 180 games.

Alan transferred to Tottenham in 1983 for half a million pounds and he stayed at White Hart Lane for 18 months, before signing with Manchester United for £650,00. He played 12 games then signed for Coventry.  He stayed for 18 months but only played four matches. After leaving Coventry he signed for Queens Park Rangers but was sadly forced into early retirement at the age of 27 through back injury. With Scotland he obtained 13 caps played in World Cup finals 1992.

Since the early sunset on his playing career, Alan has worked with local media working, including BBC, Anglia TV and GMTV. He also spent one season with Radio 5 Live, as a football commentator.

Alan is now a regular morning show presenter with Talk Sport and features on various weekly TV regional programmes. His first love of horse racing has now become a blossoming business with his own yard and regular winners.

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