Retired English footballer, ex manager and current sports journalist Chris Kamara is always a hit whatever show he appears on, event he hosts or after dinner speech he delivers. Available for all corporate engagements and more, Chris started his playing career with Portsmouth back in 1975. During his long career he played for a nine clubs in total, including Swindon, Stoke City, Leeds United, Sheffield United, Bradford City and more.
A versatile player who took up roles in both midfield and defence, Chris managed 71 goals and 641 league appearances in his career. One of many successes was winning the Division 2 title with Leeds United, as well as winning relegation with Bradford City as a manger during the 1995-96 season after wining the play off match against Notts County 2-0. Furthermore, Chris, or ‘Kammy’ as he is affectionately known was also bestowed with ‘The Above & Beyond in Memory of Sir Bill Cotton award’ for his contributions to Marie Curie Cancer Care.
After retiring from the game, Chris has become a much loved pundit for Sky Sports, often getting hugely excited and animated by the games on which he is commentating. He also chairs Goals on Sunday on Sky and regularly contributes to Soccer AM on the same channel. Available for anything football related from event hosting duties to award presentations via after dinner speeches and offering expert opinion, Chris Kamara is a true football legend with charisma to spare.