Presenter of Homes Under The Hammer on BBC1, Dion Dublin is a master of many trades; as an ex-pro footballer, a musician, and an accomplished awards host and conference facilitator. Warm and eloquent, Dion speaks candidly about the highs and lows of his football career. He regularly appears as a football pundit and he also manages a band called The Establishment.

He is one of the most recognisable English footballers of his time. Dion enjoyed a long career in elite football, spanning twenty years; playing for a number of famous clubs as well as his country on many matches. A perfect football speaker for both business and social events; Dion can give all audience members an insight into his playing days; as well as what is needed to achieve success at this level. Making one of the most sought after characters on the after dinner speaker circuit.

Dion Dublin Broken Leg

Beginning his career in 1988 at Norwich City, Dion soon moved to Cambridge United as a centre half. Over three seasons, Dion Dublin began to make an impression with Premier League sides; with goals against many of them in FA Cup ties. Signed by Sir Alex Ferguson for Manchester United in 1992 for £1 million. A promising player for the side, Dion suffered a broken leg during a match against Crystal Palace; taking him out off action for six months.

Premier League

Moving to Coventry City in 1994, Dion began to establish himself as one of the Premier League’s top strikers. Winning his first England cap three years later in 1997, Dion had become a prominent player for club and country; equalling the record for 23 goals in a season for Coventry City the very same year. As a football speaker, Dion delivers many stories from his career; to give audience members an insight into key moments in his football history.

Dion Dublin Broken Neck

After moving to Aston Villa in 1998, Dion Dublin suffered a broken neck a year later; resulting in a titanium plate being inserted to hold three of his vertebrae together. Dion overcame this adversity and returned to full fitness just three months later. The drive and determination to do this, is a skill desired by both business and social environments alike and is also a topic talked about by Dion; during talks as a football speaker.

Dion Dublin Guest Speaker

After retiring from football in 2008, Dion Dublin has become a successful football pundit for Sky Sports and BBC; as well as commentating on a number of Champions League games. As an after dinner speaker, Dion uses his experience from being in front of the camera to deliver talks as a sports speaker.

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