Former Chelsea and Wimbledon midfielder famed for his arduous tackling did not fairly final the gap on I am A Celeb
DENNIS WISE was identified for being a hardman on the soccer pitch – however the jungle proved a complete completely different problem.
The Chelsea fan favorite and former captain signed up for this 12 months’s version of I’m A Celeb… Get Me Out of Right here – however has now left the jungle.
Who’s Dennis Sensible?
A extremely combative midfielder, Sensible got here by means of the youth ranks at Southampton earlier than shifting to Wimbledon in 1985.
He was a member of the ‘Loopy Gang’, together with Vinnie Jones and Lawrie Sanchez, who fired the Dons to FA Cup glory in 1988 – with Sensible offering the cross for Sanchez to go the winner towards Liverpool.
After signing for Chelsea in 1990 for a membership document £1.6m, he went on to make 332 appearances and scored 52 instances for the Blues from midfield.
Famed for his no-nonsense fashion however usually under-appreciated for his ability on the ball, Sensible received two extra FA Cup’s on the Bridge, in addition to the League Cup and Cup Winners Cup.
He gained notoriety with some outdoors of soccer in 1995 when he was sentenced to 3 months jail time for an assault on a taxi driver.
After receiving 21 England caps, he moved on from Chelsea in 2001 and had spells at Leicester, Millwall and Southampton, earlier than retiring in 2006 while at Coventry.
Sensible has managed Millwall and Saints as player-boss, earlier than a two-year spell with Leeds in 2006-08, however hasn’t been again in administration since.
Is he married with children?
Yes, Wise married his wife Claire in 2004.
The pair have two children, Henry and Amber.
How tall is he?
Famed for his no-nonsense persona on the pitch, Wise was often squaring up to players far larger than him.
The midfielder is just 5ft5, but that didn’t stop him famously swinging a head in at the 6ft4 Patrick Vieira in 2001.