Steve Bruce was born on 31 december, 1960, Corbirdge, England.
Steve Bruce began his career as a centre back with Gillingham. In 1979, he was chosen for the England national team’s young squad. That year, he advanced from the reserve squad to the first team at Gillingham.
When his contract expired, Bruce joined Norwich City and helped them gain promotion to the English Premier League. Despite captaining England B, he was regarded as the best defender who never played for the main team.
Top clubs such as Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, and Rangers FC were quickly interested in him. He eventually selected Manchester United, where he helped them to a top-two finish in the First Division.
After retirement, he proceeded to manage clubs, with Birmingham being the first. The Blues were in mid-table in the First Division when he arrived, but an extended unbeaten run saw them qualify for the play-offs.
Then, in 2007, Steve Bruce’s future was questionable because Birmingham supporters lost faith in him despite a few triumphs. Despite the optimistic indicators coming from the Birmingham camp, Wigan Athletic pounced and handed Birmingham over £3 million in compensation.
Despite the loss of midfielder Wilson Palacios to Tottenham Hotspur in the January transfer window, Bruce guided Wigan to an 11th-place finish in the 2008–09 season.
He later played for Sunderland, Hull City, Aston Villa, and Sheffield Wednesday before joining Newcastle United. Sheffield Wednesday, on the other hand, filed a complaint with the Premier League alleging malpractice in his appointment.
Newcastle United deny any wrongdoing and insisted that no case would be escalated. Due to visa issues in China, Bruce was unable to witness his first match as manager from the stands.
Bruce quickly made six acquisitions, the most notable of which being Joelinton from TSG 1899 Hoffenheim.
As a manager, he guided Birmingham to the First Division playoffs and the Football League Championship. Steve Bruce also led Hull City to second place in the Football League Championship. Hull also finished second in the FA Cup and advanced to the Football League Championship playoffs.
The football manager currently holds a worth of $40 million as reported by Celebritynetworth.