Michael Vaughan Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Net Worth, BBC Sports

Michael Vaughan

Michael Vaughan Biography

Michael Vaughan is a Former English cricketer turned commentator. He played football passionately and went to Silverdale School. Vaughan has continued to be a consistent Sheffield Wednesday F.C. fan despite his numerous obligations.

During the Bunbury Cricket Festival as a child, Michael shared the field with Manchester United captain and future England international player Gary Neville, who was also a gifted young cricketer.

Vaughan originally attracted the attention of Yorkshire coach Doug Padgett while playing cricket for the school team. In Sheffield’s Abbeydale Park, Vaughan also began playing club cricket for the Sheffield College Cricket Club.

The BBC Sports Personality of the Year Team Award went to the England cricket team in December 2005. While Michael was nominated, his colleague Andrew Flintoff won the Sports Personality of the Year award.

Michael Vaughan Age

Michael Vaughan was born on October 29th, 1974, in Eccles, Great Manchester in the United Kingdom. He is 48 years old.

Michael Vaughan Height

Vaughan stands at an average height of 6 feet 2 inches.

Michael Vaughan Family

Michael was born and raised in Eccles, Great Manchester in the United Kingdom to his loving and caring parents. However, information regarding his family members is under review and will be updated as soon as available.

Michael Vaughan Wife

He has not shared any details regarding his marital status, however, a review regarding this matter at hand is ongoing and will be updated as soon as available.

Michael Vaughan Net Worth

Vaughan has an approximate net worth of $ 1 million – $ 5 million.

Michael Vaughan Career

Vaughan is a former all-around cricket player who now works as an English cricket pundit. From 2003 to 2008, from 2003 to 2007, and from 2005 to 2007, he served as England’s first Twenty20 captain. He also captained the one-day international squad and the test team for England. In the home sphere, he was Yorkshire’s representative.

He captained England in 51 Tests, winning 26 (a then-national record) and losing 11; England won all seven home Tests of the 2004 summer under Vaughan; and England won all seven away Tests under Vaughan.

In the latter part of his career, His batting suffered due to a recurring knee injury, his decision to bat lower in order to make room for other opening batsmen (Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook), and the demands of captaincy. In Tests, he averaged 50.95 when he wasn’t captain and 36.02 when he was. On June 30, 2009, Vaughan declared his retirement from first-class cricket.

After his outstanding batting in 2002, Michael was selected as one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year in 2003 and became the first player to ever appear on the cover of cricket’s bible Wisden (in the same year).

Michael received an honorary doctorate from Sheffield Hallam University in August 2005 in recognition of his contributions to the game. After leading England to victory in the Ashes, he was given the Freedom of the City of Sheffield in September 2005.

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