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What Is Troy Deeney Net Worth and Salary

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Troy Deeney’s net worth is estimated at around $25 million. He is an English professional footballer who plays as a striker. He was most recently manager of EFL League Two club Forest Green Rovers. Troy began his career at Walsall. After a loan spell with Halesowen Town, he was transferred to Championship club Watford in 2010 and captained the team to promotion to the Premier League in the 2014–15 season. After 11 years and more than 400 matches with Watford, he left the club as a free agent in August 2021 and spent two years with Birmingham City.

Troy Deeney Biography


Matthew Deeney was on 29 June 1988 in Birmingham, West Midlands. He was one of three children born to his parents and grew up in Chelmsley Wood. At the age of 11, Deeney’s parents divorced as a result of frequent assaults by his father. Troy’s mother however gained custody of him. Deeney was expelled from school when he was 14, before returning at the age of 15 but left at 16 without any GCSEs. Since 2012 he has earned GCSEs in English, Science and Maths.

Troy Deeney Career


Deeney was spotted by Walsall’s Head of Youth Mick Halsall, who only attended the match because his son was also playing, and because the match he was scheduled to attend had been postponed. In the 2009–10 season, Deeney scored 14 goals to finish as Walsall’s top scorer and was awarded the club’s Player of the Year award.

Troy signed for Watford two days later for an initial fee of £250,000 rising to £500,000 on a two-year contract that lifted his salary from £1,200 to £6,000 a week. Walsall also negotiated a 20% sell-on fee for any profit Watford to sell him in the future, something that later would complicate potential transfers away from the club according to Deeney in 2018.

Despite widespread rumours of his impending departure and reported interest from Tottenham Hotspur, West Bromwich Albion and Fenerbahçe, Deeney remained with Watford throughout the summer transfer window and came off the bench during their 1–0 win over Luton Town on 26 September 2020. Watford secured immediate promotion back to the Premier League on 24 April 2021, after a 1–0 home victory over Millwall.

On 30 August 2021, Deeney signed a two-year contract with Birmingham City, the team he had supported since childhood. He made his debut, as a 67th-minute substitute for Lukas Jutkiewicz in a 2–0 home victory over Derby County. Over the two years he spent with Birmingham, he scored 11 goals from 56 appearances in all competitions and was appointed club captain in January 2022. He was one of six senior professionals released at the end of the 2022–23 season.

Deeney joined League Two club Forest Green Rovers on 17 August 2023 as a player-coach. On his debut two days later, he came on as a substitute in a 3–0 home loss to Newport County, and on 26 August he came from the bench and scored the equaliser in a 1–1 draw at AFC Wimbledon. Deeney scored a hat-trick on 23 September, though his team lost 4–3 away to Notts County.

After manager David Horseman left the club by mutual consent, Deeney was appointed head coach permanently on 20 December 2023, at which time the team were 23rd in League Two, five points from safety. Two days later on his debut, the team drew 0–0 away to Gillingham. After not winning in his first six games, he said that he would rather watch Antiques Roadshow than his team.

Deeney stood by his comments but regretted telling the media: “I don’t apologise for what I said, I just apologised as it was said in public”. Deeney was sacked on the same day as the four-match touchline ban was announced due to his red card in his first match in charge.

What Is Troy Deeney’s Net Worth and Salary


Troy Deeney’s net worth is estimated at around $25 million. He is an English professional footballer who plays as a striker. Troy’s annual salary at Birmingham City was around £840,000.

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