The UK Supreme Court declared the former Manchester United and England player bankrupt woman.
HMRC, the UK tax-collecting department, among other things, filed a bankruptcy petition against Brown on February 27 this year. It is said to have been sealed in the Supreme Court on April 12 and the ruling was published this week.
According to The Mirror, the 43-year-old earned £50,000 a week when he was a Manchester United player. This corresponds to about NOK 655,000 per week, and about NOK 34 million per year.
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Great career with United
Brown, who made his Manchester United debut in 1998, must look further than those sums now. He spent 14 seasons with United, winning the Premier League five times and the Champions League twice.
Brown made a name for himself by starting in the 2009 Champions League Final, finishing second on the ball as Cristiano Ronaldo sent United into the lead. In the 2000/2001 season, he made the Premier League Team of the Year voted on by the players.
The 43-year-old also won 23 caps for England. When he left Manchester United in 2011, he continued his career at Sunderland and Blackburn, before joining Kerala Blasters in 2018.
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Divorced last year
Last year, it was reported that Brown had separated from his wife, Leanne, with whom he has three children.
His ex-wife made no secret of the fact that they lived a life full of money, with all the advantages and disadvantages that entailed.
– Yeah, we have a beautiful life and all that money, and I’m not saying money isn’t cool, but when you’re in it, you’re living in a bubble. Although fans can be beautiful, they can also be cruel, as she stated in 2019, according to The Mirror.
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