Mark Hughes

Mark Hughes

Welsh football coach and ex-player Leslie Mark Hughes, OBE, is the manager of Bradford City. Throughout his career, he usually played as a striker or a midfielder.

In addition to his two periods at Manchester United, he played for Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Southampton, Everton, and finally, Blackburn Rovers.

Personal Information

Full Name Leslie Mark Hughes
Nickname Sparky
Birthday November 1, 1963
Birthplace Ruabon, Wales
Age 59 Years
Nationality Welsh
Birth Sign Scorpio
Profession Welsh football coach
Education Graduation


Father Name Jack Reynolds
Mother Name Jo Ann Hughes
Wife/Spouse Jill Hughes.
No. of Children 3
Sons Alex Hughes & Curtis Hughes
Daughter Xenna Hughes
Wife Profession Unilever’s managing director for Europe
Marital Status Married

Mark Hughes’s Net Worth

Net Worth $18m Approx.
Per Year $2.88m
Per Month $240,000
Per Week $55,384.62
Per Day $7,890.41
Per Hour $328.77
Per Minute $5.48
Per second $0.09


Pay for he came to $547,051 in total. There was a salary of $290,000. Bonuses totalled $109,730, stock options were for $0, stock awards were worth $82,633, and another compensation was worth $64,688. Based on proxy statements submitted for the fiscal year 2020.

Physical Measurements

Height 180 cm
Weight 70 Kg
Hair Color White
Eye Color Blue
Skin Fair


Welsh football coach and former player is a footballer. He has won two European Cups, Winners’ Cups, three League Cups, and four FA Cups. In 1989 and 1991, he twice won the PFA Players’ Player of the Year title. 

He was originally named manager of Wales in 1999 and held the position until 2004. He joined Queens Park Rangers in January 2012 and was instrumental in their promotion to the Premier League in 2011–12.

He joined QPR in the summer of 2012, and the 2012–13 campaign got underway. On May 30, 2013, he was appointed manager of Stoke City, and in the seasons 2013–14, 2014–15, and 2015–16, he guided the team to three consecutive wins.

He was appointed Southampton’s manager on March 14, 2018, and throughout the 2017–18 campaign, he led the team to safety. The club finished the 2018–19 campaign in 18th place overall.

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