Ian Walsh Biography
Ian Walsh a British former footballer for Wales international footballer. He is currently a commentator and football pundit for BBC Wales.
Ian Walsh Age
Walsh born on September 4, 1985, in St David’s, Wales, United Kingdom.
Ian Walsh Career
Walsh started off his career at Crystal Palace where he won the FA Youth Cup in 1977. His debut game to Chaster City on September 4, 1976, at the age of 18. While playing for Chaster City, he featured as a key member of the side that won the Division Two title in the 1978 -79 season.
In February 1982, he joined Swansea City where palyed for two years at the Vetch Field before leaving following the club’s relegation in 1984. Walsh also played for Barnsley for two years. He as well played for Grimsby Town where he won promotion in his first season.
He also made a goalscoring debut for Wales in September 1979. He defeated England at The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham, back in May 1980. Walsh is currently a commentator and football pundit for BBC Wales. He is also the uncle of Simon Davies, a former Premier League footballer who played for Wales and Fulham.
Ian Walsh Salary
Walsh Information about his salary are not known to the public However, this section will be updated as soon as it is available.
Ian Walsh Net Worth
Walsh estimated net worth is under review.
Ian Walsh Height and Weight
Walsh stands tall at an average heigh and moderate weight.
Ian Walsh Parents and Family
Information about his family are not known to the public However, this section will be updated as soon as it is available.
Ian Walsh Wife and Children
Walsh married Delyth have three children namely: Dan, Aimee, and Lily.