TV Presenter and Former Captain of the England Football Team
Gary Lineker is a popular former English football player and television commentator. As a footballer, he began his professional career playing for Leicester City, to later go on to play for clubs such as Everton, Barcelona, Tottenham and finally the Nagoya Grampus Eight of Japan.
Gary Lineker is the top scorer of the 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico, in which he won the Golden Boot trophy. In addition, Gary Lineker was awarded with the Silver Ball in 1986 and the Bronze Ball in 1991. As a footballer for the England national team, Gary Lineker has played more than 80 matches and scored more than 48 goals.
Following his successful career in the world of football, Gary embarked on his career in the media. As an expert football commentator he has worked in media such as Radio 5 or BBC. In the latter, Gary Lineker has worked in programs such as” Gary Lineker's Golden Boots", a program of reports on great players and technicians from the world of football. Also at BBC he has collaborated as a popular sports presenter on the show “Match the Day” and covered the London 2012 Olympic Games. On NBC Sports he has covered the English Premier League and appeared on numerous entertainment shows such as "hell's Kitchen", "Ant and Dec's Christmas Show “or" Friday Night with Jonathan Ross
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