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Tony Clubb’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Tony Clubb was born on 12 June, 1987 in Gravesend, United Kingdom. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Tony Clubb’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Age 34 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 12 June 1987
Birthday 12 June
Birthplace Gravesend, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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Tony Clubb’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Tony Clubb is 34 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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2018

In the 2018 season, Wigan Warriors released eight players including stars like McIlorum and Gelling but made only two signings. This saw many players handed a lower number than before and Clubb was handed the number 8 shirt after Wigan released Frank-Paul Nu’uausala. This was the first time since his days at London Broncos that Clubb was given a number that suggested he was in the starting line-up.

He played in the 2018 Super League Grand Final victory over the Warrington Wolves at Old Trafford.

2016

Clubb started the season impressively making 15 appearances and scoring one try before an illegal crusher tackle against Hull FC saw him requiring surgery. Due to the crusher tackle he did not play for another nine months meaning he was not part of the squad that won the 2016 Super League Grand Final against Warrington, thus he has still not been on the winning side at Old Trafford despite Wigan’s three visits in three years.

2014

Clubb was a utility player perceived by some Wigan supporters as an outside back due to his international appearances but by the manager as a squad man who could play as a forward. He was on the bench 14 times, made 9 starts and was omitted from the squad for the other games. By the end of end of the season, he was mainly used as an interchange prop. He also scored seven tries including a brace against his former side London Broncos. He helped Wigan to the Super League Grand Final but was a losing finalist as Wigan lost against St Helens in a game infamous for Ben Flower knocking Lance Hohaia unconscious then continuing to attack him leading to a red card in the 3rd minute of the match. Ironically his long-term friend Louis McCarthy-Scarsbrook was on the winning side.

2013

In 2013, the team now known as London Broncos had serious financial problems and faced potential liquidation as owner David Hughes wobbled in his support.

After nine months out he made his comeback against Salford Red Devils in Round 1 of Super League. He played an important role against Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks helping Wigan to win the World Club Challenge for a record-breaking fourth time. His early season form was not overly impressive and after he withdrew early against Castleford Tigers it was announced that he was to have surgery to remove a kidney which had been troubling him. Incredibly just two months later he made his comeback against Widnes Vikings helping Wigan to a 28–12 victory.

2010

On 6 November 2010 he became the tenth ever England rugby league player to score 4 tries in an international fixture. This was achieved in England’s 36–10 win over Papua New Guinea in their last match of the 2010 Four Nations tournament.

2008

Clubb was regarded as an outside back in London and featured mainly as a Centre with the odd game as a winger. In 2008, England Rugby League was short of quality in the outside backs with the likes of Paul Sykes, Ade Gardner, Mark Calderwood and Martin Gleeson selected for the World Cup.

Clubb thus represented England in the backs between 2008 and 2010.

Clubb has previously been selected in the England training squad for the 2008 Rugby League World Cup.

He was selected for the team to face Wales at the Keepmoat Stadium prior to England’s departure for the 2008 Rugby League World Cup.

He made his England début in the victory over Wales on 10 October 2008.

2006

He is a London Broncos club-trained player having featured in the first team from 2006 until 2013.

By the time Clubb was ready to make his first team début, the London Broncos had been pushed into a kind of merger with Harlequins Rugby Union club and thus the team was called Harlequins RL by the time he played in the away fixture against the Bradford Bulls on 18 February 2006; a game which ended in a draw after the Bulls were awarded a controversial late equalizing penalty opportunity.

Clubb was seen as very much a fill in for the first team and was thus made available for the Harlequins rugby union side in the Middlesex Sevens at Twickenham Stadium. He was, however, unable to play as he was called back for Harlequins RL to replace the unavailable Paul Sykes – who missed most of 2006’s Super League XI – in the match against Wigan Warriors.

2001

Tony Clubb started his rugby career playing for his local team Gravesend at Rugby Union. He switched to Rugby League after London Broncos helped found the Greenwich Admirals in 2001. The Admirals produced several professional players including Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Dave Williams and Mike Worrincy, each of who played for Greenwich, the London Broncos Academy and went on to play in the first team.

1987

Tony Clubb (born 12 June 1987) is an English professional rugby league footballer who plays as a prop for the Wigan Warriors in the Betfred Super League and has played for England at international level.

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