Dean Smith is an English professional footballer and former player. Dean Smith is also the head coach of Norwich City, an EFL Championship club.
|First and last name:||Dean Smith|
|Date of birth:||19 Mar 1971|
|Lucky color:||sea green|
|Best Match For Marriage:||Cancer, Scorpio|
|Profession:||Football coach, former football player|
|Height:||6 feet 0 inches (1.83 m)|
|Net value||$5 million|
|Education||University of Kansas|
|Brothers and sisters||Dave Smith|
Biography of Dean Smith
Dean Smith was born on March 19, 1971 in West Bromwich, England. He is 51 years old and has British nationality according to his date of birth. In addition, he was born under the sign of Pisces and practices Christianity.
He is also the son of Alfred Smith (father) and Vesta Smith (mother). His father was a lifelong Aston Villa fan who worked as a steward at Villa Park for 25 years.
Sadly, his father passed away on May 27, 2020, after contracting COVID-19. He grew up with his older brother, Dave Smith.
Dean Smith Education
In terms of his academic career, he graduated from the University of Kansas.
Dean Smith height and weight
This manager is 1.80 meters tall and weighs about 84 kg. Furthermore, this man has brown hair, brown eyes and a waist of 31 inches.
As for his profession, Dean Smith started his career with Walsall, who were relegated in 1989-90 under John Barnwell. They finished 16th in 1990-1991 and 15th in 1991-1992 under new manager Kenny Hibbitt.
Dean joined Hereford United in 1994 for £80,000, a club record. John Layton led them to 16th place in 1994-95. Graham Turner captained Edgar Street in the 1995-96 Third Division playoffs. Darlington defeated Edgar Street 4-2 despite Smith’s early goal.
In August 1997 he signed with Leyton Orient for £42,500. 1997-98: 10 goals in 51 matches. Orient would have made it to the playoffs had he not been fined three points. He led Orient to the play-offs in 1998-99, scoring a penalty in a shootout win over Rotherham. His team lost 1-0 to Scunthorpe United at Wembley.
He scored 10 goals in 49 games. He joined Martin Foyle’s Port Vale in July 2004. He played 13 League One games and two cup games for the Valiants in 2004-05.
In January 2005, he left Vale Park to coach Leyton Orient’s junior team. He was the youth coach of Leyton Orient from January 2005 until the end of the 2004-05 season.
In addition, he signed Emiliano Buendia, Leon Bailey and Danny Ings for a total of £83 million in preparation for Jack Grealish’s record-breaking transfer to Manchester City. Dean Smith Awards
He has received a number of awards and recognitions as a former player and manager. He was named Football League One Manager of the Month in January 2013 and August 2015. As Walsall manager, he leads the club to second place in the Football League Trophy in 2015.
Net Worth of Dean Smith
As a player and manager, he has amassed a considerable fortune. In addition, his net worth is estimated at around $5 million, and he has not disclosed his income or salary.
Dean Smith Wife, Marriage
Nicholas is his wife. The couple have two children from their marriage: a son, Jamie, and a daughter. An avid chess player, he was a chess champion in the West Midlands as a child, alongside a former footballer and manager. In addition, he is not currently involved in any controversy or rumours.