Dennis Wise is an athlete who was born in Kensington, England in 16/12/1966 and is now 57 years old. Dennis Wise has a net worth of $10 Million.
What is Dennis Wise Net Worth?
Dennis Wise's net worth is 10 Million.
How old is Dennis Wise?
Dennis Wise is 57 years old.
What is Dennis Wise Birthday?
Dennis Wise's birthday is 16/12/1966.
What is Dennis Wise Zodiac Sign?
Dennis Wise's zodiac sign is Sagittarius.
What is Dennis Wise's Real Birth Name?
Dennis Wise's real birth name is Dennis Frank Wise.
Where is Dennis Wise's Birthplace?
Dennis Wise's birthplace is Kensington, England.
How Tall is Dennis Wise?
Dennis Wise height is 5'6''.
What is Dennis Wise Nationality?
Dennis Wise nationality is United Kingdom.
What are Dennis Wise's Professions?
Dennis Wise's professions are Former Professional Football Player, Manager.
Who is Dennis Wise's Spouse(s)?
Claire Wise (m. 2004)
Who is Dennis Wise?
Dennis Frank Wise (born 16 December 1966) is an English former professional football player and manager who played as a central midfielder. He is the president of Serie B side Como 1907. He is best known for having spent the majority of his career at Chelsea, from 1990 to 2001.
Beginning his career at Wimbledon, Wise came to prominence as a member of the “Crazy Gang”, and in 1988, was part of the team that won the FA Cup in an upset victory over Liverpool. In 1990, he joined Chelsea, becoming captain three years later under the stewardship of Glenn Hoddle. During his time at Stamford Bridge, Wise won two FA Cups, a League Cup and a UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup, and is the club’s second most successful captain, behind John Terry. Wise was a popular figure amongst the Chelsea support, and was named the club’s Player of the Year on two occasions. In June 2001, he was sold to Leicester City.
Internationally, Wise was in and out of the squad for the England national football team, with the majority of his appearances coming in 2000, when Kevin Keegan was manager. He was named in the UEFA Euro 2000 squad, playing in all three of England’s group games. His only goal for the national side was on his debut on 1 May 1991, against Turkey.
In the latter years of his playing career, Wise gradually became involved in the managerial aspects of the game, starting at Millwall, where he took on the role of player-manager, taking them to the FA Cup Final and European football for the first time ever. He was briefly caretaker manager at Southampton, following the departure of Harry Redknapp, before he took over the reins at Swindon Town on a permanent basis. In October 2006, he was appointed manager of the then-Championship side Leeds United, who found themselves in the relegation zone. Although they were ultimately relegated, Wise reshaped his side in the close season and Leeds made an excellent start to their first season in the third tier of English football.
In a surprise career move, despite their strong position and likelihood of promotion, Wise left Leeds in January 2008 to join the newly reshaped management team at Newcastle United in an executive role, tasked with travelling around Europe and further afield identifying young players and developing the academy. Wise left Newcastle on 1 April 2009. Following the situation that led to his departure, Wise admitted that “it has all had a damaging effect on my career”.He has since worked as a pundit for Sky Sports. In 2017, Wise appeared on the seventeenth series of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!