John Hollins Net Worth – After hearing of John Hollins’ passing, many are interested in his son, Chris Hollins. John was a well-known manager and player in English football.
He started out as a midfielder and eventually transitioned into a productive full-back. Hollins made 714 First-Team appearances for Chelsea, Queens Park Rangers, and Arsenal in the Football League.
This statistic is second only to goalkeeper Peter Shilton in England’s top flight for an outfield player.
Hollins was raised in a football-playing family; his father, grandfather, and three brothers were all professional football players.
Hollins was born in Guildford, Surrey. Dave, one of those siblings, represented Wales in international football.
Chris Hollins Net Worth Details
Chris Hollins’ net worth is unknown, although it is thought to be approximately $5 million. Hollins was the lead sports presenter on Breakfast from Mondays through Thursdays until his farewell broadcast on March 21, 2012.
During the week, he regularly stood in as a male relief presenter for principal host Bill Turnbull.
Hollins covered the 2007 Masters golf tournament while reporting from the 2002 World Cup in Japan, the 2010 World Cup, and America. Hollins joined the Cash in the Attic presenting staff on BBC One in 2009.
Hollins and Louise Minchin co-hosted The One Show in April 2010 for a week when regular hosts Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley could not do so.