Football manager and former professional footballer Alex Neil has an estimated net worth in the millions. He is the current manager of Championship club Norwich City.
Born on June 9, 1981 in Bellshill, North Lanarkshire, Neil began his career at Dunfermline Athletic. In 1999, he then joined Airdrieonians on a free transfer. He made his professional debut in the Scottish Football League First Division on 3 January 2000, as a 64th-minute substitute for Steve McCormick.
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Neil played half a season in the Scottish Football League First Division and then moved to Barnsley. He played 142 games across all competitions in his four-year spell at Barnsley, and then signed for Mansfield Town on a free transfer.
After a season at Mansfield, he came back to Scotland’s First Division with Hamilton Academical, appearing in 246 matches over 10 years and winning advancement to the Scottish Premier League in 2008.
Neil started his managerial career in 2013 when he became Hamilton’s player-manager. He led the team to promotion to the Scottish Premiership in 2014. In January 2015 he was named manager of Norwich City, as the second youngest manager in the Football League at the time. Neil guided Norwich to apromotion to the Premier League, in the wake of winning the 2015 Football League Championship play-off Final.