Andy Cole. Source: Manchester United

Andy Cole is a retired English footballer. He played professionally for two decades, from 1988 to 2008. He played as a striker, and is known for his time at Manchester United, with whom he won a treble.

Source: Daily Express

Net worth and earnings

Cole was one of the best players in the Premier League, and as such, he was a valuable asset during his time. By today’s standards, his net worth may look low, but it is hardly a testament to how good a player he was in his day.

As of 2021, Cole has a net worth of $1.6 million. This is mainly from his footballing career, with his other ventures playing a minor role. The net worth encompasses the money he earned from football, the assets he owns, and his income from various sources. His earnings have helped him be financially well-settled. His fortune is also sustainable enough for whoever inherits them. Despite this wealth and fortune, Cole lives a modest life, and does not indulge in extravagance like partying and luxury parties.

During his time as a player, Cole’s value was immense, so much that Manchester United paid a British record transfer fee to secure his services. They paid the money to rivals Newcastle United, with whom he was playing at the time. The transfer would prove to be an inspired and successful one, as Cole would repay that fee many times over with his goals and accomplishments.

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Career and achievements

Cole has traversed the entire country of England, having played for various clubs. His peak came during his time at Manchester United, but he has also played for Arsenal, Fulham, Manchester City, Portsmouth, Sunderland and Blackburn Rovers in the top flight. He has also played for the Football League for Burnley, Nottingham Forest, Bristol City and Birmingham.

Cole has numerous records to his name, and he is a Premier League and English football icon. Having scored a staggering 187 goals in the Premier League, he is the third-highest goalscorer in Premier League history, only behind the legendary Alan Shearer and Wayne Rooney. He also holds the record for the most goals scored in a 42-game season, finding the back of the net a staggering 34 times. This record would later be contested by Mohamed Salah, who scored 32 times in a 38-game season.

Furthermore, Cole was the fastest player to reach 50 goals, doing so in only 65 matches. He also etched his name onto the record books when he became the first player in Premier League history to top the goals and assists charts in the same season, doing so in a historic 1993-94 season.

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Cole is most known for his six-year stay at Old Trafford. With the Red Devils, Cole won eight trophies, including a historic treble of the Premier League, the FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League in 1999. His trophy cabinet would put some clubs to shame. He is one of the few players in England who won any and all honours and awards available to win during his time. He even managed to win the PFA Young Player of the Year award, showing his mettle and class as a youngster before becoming one of the best in the business.

On the international stage, Cole was capped 15 times for England between 1995 and 200. He scored once in a 2002 FIFA World Cup Qualifier, netting against Albania.

Personal life

Cole came from humble beginnings. His father, Lincoln, emigrated to the United kingdom from Jamaica in 1957. He worked as a coal miner for twenty years in Gedling.

In 2002, Cole married Shirley Dewar, his longtime girlfriend. They have a son named Devante. He is a professional footballer like his father was, and he plays for Barnsley as a forward.

Cole is also a musician, and in 1999, he signed for Warner Music. He released a cover called ‘Outstanding’, which reached #68 on the Official Charts Company singles chart. In 2016, Cole was a name on the Panama Papers.

Source: The Mirror

Cole was involved in an assault case on his wife in 2008, in which he was questioned by police. He was released on bail, and six months later, won damages against Daily Star for defamation by publishing outlandish and sensationalist reports. Cole asserted that the assault allegations caused harm against his family.

In 2014, Cole suffered severe kidney failure after developing focal segmental glomerulosclerosis. He battled with it for three years before agreeing to a kidney transplant in April 2017. His nephew Alexander was his kidney donor.

Cole is active in charity and humanitarian work. In 2000, he visited Zimbabwe and set up the Andy Cole Children’s Foundation. The aim of the foundation was to aid and assist AIDS orphans in the country. While it ended up being shut down, Cole continued to champion for the cause. In 2015, he set up the Andy Cole fund to raise funds for Kidney Research UK after his own kidney failure.

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