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Mrs. Saliba


Facts of Mrs. Saliba

Mrs. Saliba is the mother of William Saliba. William's mom's name is unknown to date. However, she is of Cameroonian origin. 

William's real name is William Alain Andre Gabriel Saliba

Professionally, he serves as a footballer portraying the role of a Centre-back for the Arsenal club and also for the France national team

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Who was she married to?

Mrs. Saliba was happily married to her husband, Brian Roberston. Brian was of Lebanese descent. 

They welcomed their son, William, on March 24, 2001, in Bondy, France. 

They raised him in a middle-class household along with their two other children, a son and a daughter. 

Neither of them comes from a football background. 

Unfortunately, Brian is no more. Brian died before his wife. However, the reason for the demise is undisclosed to date. 

Her death affected her son

Mrs. Saliba left this world during the COVID-19 pandemic. She and her husband left the world within a short time difference. 

It's been said that when both of them died, their son William was at the top of his professional career. 

Sadly, her death had an enormous effect on William

He struggled through a tough phase in 2020. At that time, he was on loan with Saint-Etienne from Arsenal

That year, he had a hard time coping with the loss of his mother and also the injuries, and on top of that, the French League cancellation restrained his progress.

Mrs. Saliba with young William Saliba
Mrs. Saliba with young William Saliba. Source: Facebook

Huge support for their son's football career?

Her son's journey in football started from a very young age. Undoubtedly, he was grown in a middle-class family that was supportive and lovely. 

At such a young age, he found a passion for the football. 

He developed all the skills needed for the scout from the youth academics of local clubs before moving into the professional scouts. 

Both Mrs. Saliba and Brian created a supportive foundation for William's dreams. 

As parents, they saw that skill in their son at a young age and enrolled him in an academy to polish his skills. 

Back in the year 2016, he signed one of the football clubs in France named AS Saint Etienne. It was a dream come true for him and for his family. 

Mrs. Saliba son William Saliba
Mrs. Saliba son William Saliba. Source: Instagram

Her son was banned from football?

Many of you might not know, but William was suspended for one month when he was 16 years old. 

As per the GFFN report, the French Football Federation had taken the decision for a month's suspension to William from national team activities. 

The actual cause for this step is that while at 16, the player posted explicit images of Ulrick Eneme Ella, a French Youth teammate, on Snapchat. 

It has been said that he was charged with a three-month ban with one of them suspended. 

For this decision, it didn't affect the player to play for the club, so he played at OGC Nice. After that, he was going to face Montpellier

His childhood had turned him into a player

William himself has committed that his upbringing had influenced him to choose this football career and be a player. 

He stated that he grew up in an estate. He stated that being raised in an estate, helped him a lot to become who he is here today professionally. 

Every time, you are together with your mates & playing in your neighborhood area at local five-a-side-pitches. 

Everyone is together, and coincidently, everyone around likes to play football, claiming it to be easy. 

He mentioned Kylian Mbappe, who went to the same primary school where William studied. 

When he was a kid, Kylian's dad was William's coach, he admitted. 

Net worth

Since Mrs. Saliba's financial details are unknown, her son has an estimated net worth of $5 million.

Net worth$5 million
Income sourceAthlete


  1. Her son is 23 years old.
Updated On Sat Jun 01 2024 Published On Sat Jun 01 2024 By shaumya

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