Alan Brazil

Footballer and Broadcaster

About Alan Brazil

Background: Alan Brazil, born on June 15, 1959, in Glasgow, Scotland, is a former professional footballer who played as a forward. Brazil’s playing career included notable stints at Ipswich Town, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, and internationally for Scotland. He was part of the Ipswich team that won the UEFA Cup in 1981 and finished as league runners-up in consecutive seasons. Brazil earned 13 caps for Scotland, participating in the 1982 FIFA World Cup.

Broadcasting Career: Following his football career, which was cut short by injury at the age of 27, Brazil transitioned to broadcasting. He became a prominent radio presenter, best known for hosting the “Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast” show on talkSPORT. His engaging personality and in-depth knowledge of sports have made him a favorite among listeners. Brazil has also worked as a co-commentator and analyst for various media outlets, including GMTV and Sky Sports.

Public Speaking: Alan Brazil specializes in sports commentary and broadcasting in his public speaking engagements. He shares insights from his playing days, experiences in the media industry, and discusses current sports topics, providing audiences with a comprehensive look at the world of sports from a seasoned professional.

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