Denis Law Family, Net Worth, Professional Career, Wife, Children

Denis Law Net Worth
Denis Law Net Worth

Denis Law is a Scottish former footballer who played as a forward know all about Denis Law Family, Net Worth, Professional Career, Wife, Children

Name Denis Law
Birthdate ( Age) 24 February 1940
Place of Birth Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Nationality British
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Diana Law (m. 1962)
Children Gary Law, Robert Law, Andrew Law, Iain Law, Diana Law
Parents George Law, Robina Law
Education St Machar Academy
Profession Scottish former footballer
Net Worth $3 million
Last Update 2022

Denis Law CBE is a Scottish former footballer who played as a forward. His career as a football player began at Second Division Huddersfield Town in 1956. After four years at Huddersfield, he was signed by Manchester City for an estimated transfer fee of £55,000, which set a new British record.

Law left Manchester United in 1973 to return to Manchester City for a season, and represented Scotland at the 1974 FIFA World Cup. He played only two competitive games in the 1974–75 season, retiring before the start of the League programme proper.

Denis Law Family

Denis Law Family
Denis Law Family

Law was born in Aberdeen, Scotland, to George Law, a fisherman, and his wife, Robina. he was the youngest of seven children, four boys and three girls. The Law family were not well off and lived in a council tenement flat at Printfield Terrace in Aberdeen.

He went barefoot until he was 12 years old and wore handed-down shoes throughout his adolescence; his first pair of football boots came as a second-hand birthday present from a neighbour, which he received as a teenager.He supported Aberdeen and watched them when he had enough money to do so, watching local non-league teams when he did not.

His obsession with football led to him turning down a place at Aberdeen Grammar School, because he would have had to play rugby there. Instead, he attended Powis Academy in Aberdeen.

Denis Law Wife

Denis Law Wife
Denis Law Wife

Law first and his wife first meet in an Aberdeenshire dancehall when they were both still teenagers. They married in December 1962 and went on to have five children. Their daughter, also called Diana, worked for several years in the Manchester United press office.Their other children are Gary, Andrew, Robert and Iain. Denis Law and his wife still live in the Manchester area.

Denis Law Net Worth

Denis Law CBE is a Scottish former footballer who played as a forward who has an estimated Net Worth of between $3 million in 2022.

Denis Law Professional Career

In the 1954–55 season, he was spotted by Archie Beattie, a scout for Huddersfield Town, who invited 14-year-old Law to go for a trial. When he got there, the manager said, “The boy’s a freak. Never did I see a less likely football prospect – weak, puny and bespectacled.” However, to Law’s surprise, they signed him on 3 April 1955. While he was at Huddersfield, he had an operation to correct his squint, which greatly enhanced his self-confidence.

Huddersfield’s relegation to what was then the Second Division made it easier for Law to get a game, and he made his debut on 24 December 1956, aged only sixteen, in a 2–1 win over Notts County. Manchester United’s manager Matt Busby shortly offered Huddersfield £10,000 for Law, a substantial amount of money for a teenage footballer at that time, but the club turned the offer down. Bill Shankly was manager of Huddersfield between 1957 and 1959, and when he left for Liverpool he wanted to take Law with him, but Liverpool were unable to afford him at that time.

In March 1960, Law signed for Manchester City for what was then a British record transfer fee, estimated to be £55,000,although Law’s share of the fee was “precisely nothing”.Once again, Matt Busby had attempted to sign Law for Manchester United, but United’s cross-city rivals beat them to Law’s signature.

Law recommended that United replace O’Farrell with Tommy Docherty, whom he knew from his time playing with the Scottish national side.The club followed his recommendation, and things started well, with the team’s improved results lifting them into mid-table.

Law was given a free transfer by Tommy Docherty in the summer of 1973,after 11 years at the club during which he had scored a total of 237 goals in 404 games in all competitions, as well as collecting two league title medals and an FA Cup winner’s medal. Only Bobby Charlton and Wayne Rooney have scored more goals for United.

Law had a contract with Manchester City for the 1974–75 season, but new manager Tony Book told him that he would only be playing reserve team football if he stayed at the club. He did not want to end his career in this way, so he retired from professional football in the summer of 1974.

Law played two games for Manchester City in the season 1974–75, in the pre-season Texaco Cup tournament, scoring the last goal of his career in the game against Sheffield United at Bramall Lane on 6 August 1974. His last professional game was the 2–1 victory against Oldham Athletic at Maine Road on 10 August 1974.He formally retired on 26 August 1974.

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