South African born goalkeeper Bruce Grobbelaar, was one of the most recognised football stars of his generation. He played the key part of his career, with Liverpool FC in the English First Division & Premier League; winning many trophies including the European Cup. Bruce is a great guest speaker, who always entertains and delights any audience.
Safe Hands Not Legs
One of the most successful goal keepers, of the late eighties and early nineties; Bruce is known as much for his skill at stopping the ball, as he is for his outgoing personality.
Most famously Bruce did his wobbly leg dance, during a penalty shoot out to distract players; but he also had many successes on the field, including winning the League and League Cup in 1990 with Liverpool (he also won five other league titles and three FA Cups); having signed for the club back in March 1981.
Bruce Grobbelaar: Keeper For All
Bruce Grobbelaar played at Liverpool for many years, and also turned out for: Southampton, Plymouth, Oxford United, Bury, Lincoln City and Sheffield Wednesday. In all, he made 33 appearances for Zimbabwe and made 574 first class football appearances; in all of his glittering career.
With an eccentric and flamboyant style of play, Bruce had great athletic ability; and after retiring from playing, he became the goal keeping coach of Ottawa Fury FC, in the North American Soccer League.
TV & Charity
Bruce Grobbelaar is also a regular on TV around the world, taking part in charity games and TV specials; as well as acting as a pundit. There are few more charming and colourful characters, than Bruce Grobbelaar; for anyone needing a charity front man, guest speaker or sporting awards presenter.