Bryan Roy is a Dutch football manager and a former professional player know all about Bryan Roy Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife in this article.
|Birthdate ( Age)||12 February 1970|
|Place of Birth||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|Marital Status||Married (m. 1993–2008)|
|Spouse/Partner||Nada van Nie|
|Children||Jamie Lee Roy, Quentin Roy|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Profession||Dutch football player|
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
Bryan Edward Steven Roy is a Dutch football manager and a former professional player.As a player he was a winger and notably played for Ajax, Nottingham Forest and Hertha BSC.
He also played professionally for Foggia and later coming out of retirement with a brief spell at English Non-League side Workington. He was capped 32 times by the Netherlands, scoring 9 goals.
Bryan Roy Family, Parents
Born in Amsterdam, Roy started his professional playing career in Ajax in 1987, winning the UEFA Cup in 1992. In November 1992, Roy was traded to the Italian club Foggia and replaced as leftwinger by Marc Overmars. During his time there, he represented his country at the 1994 World Cup, scoring once as the Netherlands reached the quarter-finals.
Bryan Roy Wife
Bryan Roy married with Nada van Nie in 1993.They have two children. Nada van Nie is an actress and director, known for Care (1991), Honneponnetje (1988) and Beppie (1989).
Bryan Roy Net Worth
Bryan Roy is a Dutch football manager and a former professional player has an estimated Net Worth $3 Million in 2022.
After the World Cup, he moved to England after Nottingham Forest paid their record fee of £2.5million for his services.Roy’s first season at the City Ground was a success, as he provided a strong partner for Stan Collymore.He helped the newly promoted side finish an impressive third in the Premiership and qualify for the UEFA Cup – the first time Forest had achieved European qualification in the post-Heysel era.
Collymore was sold to Liverpool in the summer of 1995, although Forest did reach the UEFA Cup quarter-finals. His first-team opportunities were limited by injury and disappointing form in 1996–97, and Roy decided that he had seen enough of England.
After Forest’s 1996–97 season ended in relegation from the Premiership, Roy moved to Germany in a £1.5million switch to Hertha BSC. In 2000, he returned to his homeland and turned out for NAC Breda, where he remained until hanging up his boots in 2002. Roy came out of retirement briefly in 2004 where he had a short stint at Workington AFC scoring twice in 9 appearances.
Roy picked up 32 international caps for the Netherlands national football team, scoring nine goals. He played at the 1990 and 1994 FIFA World Cups and the 1992 UEFA European Football Championships.He worked as head coach of the AFC Ajax E-Youth before becoming head coach of Jong Ajax in the summer of 2010.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Roy began spreading numerous conspiracy theories through his Twitter-account, many concerning the pandemic.
n October 2020, Roy tweeted threats to journalist Chris Klomp, who has publicly criticised the spreading of COVID-19 conspiracy theories. In April 2021, Roy replied to a tweet about prime minister Mark Rutte, stating that Rutte would be shot through the head soon.
After this Roy was questioned by the police, to whom he declared that he believes Rutte should be executed, because of QAnon-conspiracy theories concerning him.
Because of his tweet, Roy was convicted of threatening the prime minister and sentenced to 80 hours of community service under two years’ probation. If Roy violates the terms of his probation, he will have to serve a prison sentence of four weeks.