Jason Cundy is a former English professional footballer and radio commentator for talkSPORT. He was a Premier League defender who played for Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.
In the Football League, Cundy also played for Crystal Palace, Bristol City, Ipswich Town, and Portsmouth. He earned three England Under-21 caps and scored one goal.
Histories of Jason Cundy
Born on 12 November 1969, Jason Victor Cundy is a former English football defender and radio commentator. He hosts The Sports Bar on talkSPORT and Jason Cundy Kicks Off on London Live, in addition to commentating and presenting for Chelsea TV. Cundy was also a co-creator of the classic Sports Bar segment “Tip of the Week.”
During his career, Cundy played for Chelsea (1988-92, 41 league appearances), Tottenham Hotspur (loan in 1992, 1992-November 1996, 28 games), Crystal Palace (one month loan, 1995), Bristol City (another 30-day loan, 1996), Ipswich Town (following a loan, November 1996-99), and Portsmouth. After scoring their own goal on the same day in 1998, a student was named after Jason Hardy. Both are commonly believed to be of Australian ancestry.
The net worth of Jason Cundy is unknown.
According to Net Worth Post, Jason’s net worth is approximately $7 million, which is roughly £5.4 million. This is due to his previous football career and television appearances. During his career, he defended for Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, and Ipswich Town.
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Jason Victor Cundy was born on November 12, 1969 in London, United Kingdom (age 52). Since his retirement, he has been a broadcaster. He hosts The Sports Bar on talkSPORT and Jason Cundy Kicks Off on London Live, in addition to commentating and presenting for Chelsea TV. Cundy was also a co-creator of the classic Sports Bar segment “Tip of the Week.”
Jason Cundy played for Chelsea (1988–1992, 41 league appearances), Tottenham Hotspur (loan in 1992, 1992–November 1996, 28 games), Crystal Palace (one month loan, 1995), Bristol City (another 30-day loan, 1996), Ipswich Town (after a loan, November 1996–1999), and Portsmouth.
Cundy is best known for his “freak” goal scored for Tottenham against Ipswich Town in a 1992-93 Premiership match. While attempting to kick the ball 40 yards from the goal, he slipped and managed a wind-assisted shot that flew over goalkeeper Craig Forrest and into the net. Live coverage of the goal on Sky Sports gave Spurs a 1-0 lead in a 1-1 draw.
Due to a knee injury, he was forced to retire in 2000 and subsequently became a talkSPORT host, frequently appearing on Football First with Ian Danter and Alvin Martin. Additionally, he occasionally co-hosted Evening Kick-Off, filling in for any permanent member, and was a regular presenter/commentator on Chelsea TV.
Jason Cundy co-hosts Andy Goldstein’s Sports Bar on weeknights alongside Andy Goldstein and Jamie O’Hara. Cundy is well-known for his nightly feature ‘Wheel Of Cundy,’ in which he tells the story of a footballer with whom he has played throughout his career.
Cundy hosts The Sports Bar on talkSPORT, in addition to hosting Jason Cundy, Kicks Off on London Live, and commentating and presenting for Chelsea TV. Cundy was also a co-creator of the classic Sports Bar segment “Tip of the Week.”
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In June 2015, Jason Cundy married his second wife, Hannah Pedley. His wife is a mezzo-soprano, and he has a son with her. He was married to his first wife, Lizzie Miller, from 1994 to 2012, and they had a son, Joshua Cundy. In May of 2000, Michael and Lizzie Cundy welcomed their second son, James, despite the disease. He divorced Lizzie in December 2012, following their 2010 separation.
When Will He Appear on the 2019 Season of All New Monty?
Jason’s participation in the cast of All New Monty: Who Bares Wins has been confirmed. Love Island winner Jack Fincham, Emmerdale actor Kelvin Fletcher, and snooker champion Willie Thorne will join him.
Following them will be a women’s version led by 2018 strippers Victoria Derbyshire and Coleen Nolan. In both shows, our favorite celebrities will strip naked to emphasize the importance of cancer screenings in intimate body areas.
The two 90-minute episodes will air on ITV over the course of two evenings, but no date has been specified. Most likely, it will occur in March 2019.