Facts of Barry Glendenning
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Barry Glendenning is an Irish sports journalist. He is the deputy sports editor on theguardian.co.uk website run by a popular British daily newspaper The Guardian.
He is well known for his work on The Guardian’s football podcast Football Weekly which is all about football.
Barry Glendenning wife
There is no any information about his love affairs, wife, children, dating and many more.
He is very active in twitter but there is nothing that shows about his marital status or about his girlfriend.
Being a successful journalist he seems to keep focusing on his professional life rather than his personal life.
He is enjoying his professional life in the field of sports very much.
He loves animals. He has dog and cat in his house. He has shared several photos on twitter about his pets.
He has shared one photo of his dog Abel with caption,
“Here, for anyone
Barry Glendenning net worth
His net worth and salary is not disclosed yet. He is a talent and popular in his field so there is no that he earns pretty much and his net worth is in million.
He has managed to earn from hosting and presenting various talk shows. He is also co-host of the Warm-Up with Max Rushden on sports radio station Talksport.
He was included in a list of the 238 most respected journalists list working in Britain which was published by the National Council for the Training of Journalists and that was on October 2018.
Barry once dragged himself into a discussion with Sir Jack Hayward who was the president of English Football Club Wolverhampton Wanderers.
His word of selection for the segment about Sir Jack Hayward on a football podcast created controversy stroked to his work.
Sir Jack offended his word as having xenophobic and racist. His angry fans didn’t leave him as they protested against him for an apology.
Later on Barry apologized for his choice of words and “The Guardian” printed expression of regret on the behalf of their employee.
Barry Glendenning wiki
Barry Glendenning was born on 12 March 1973 in Birr Ireland. His father name is Sam and he is retired vet. He studied in Cistercian College Cistercian College.
He is the great supporter of English Club Sunderland A.F.C.