Ian Russell Biography
Ian Russell is an American soccer coach and former player. He was born on August 30, 1975, in Seattle, Washington, United States. He is currently an assistant coach of MLS club Toronto FC. Russell is a midfielder player.
He has played for many different teams like Seattle Sounders, Major League Soccer.
Seattle, Washington, United States
Soccer player and coach
Ian Russell Height, Weight & Age
This 46-year-old player and coach stand tall at the height of 5ft 10inch or 1.78 m. Being a player he has a well-maintained physique and a good diet. Information regarding his weight or body measurements is not available currently.
Ian Russell Girlfriend / Wife / Family / Brother / Sister
There is no info available regarding his family background. He has never disclosed any details about his parents or siblings.
Similarly, about his relationship status, nothing much is known as he has never disclosed any info regarding his love life. So, we don’t know whether this player is in any relationship or is single.
Ian Russell Education
Russell attended the University of Washington on a soccer scholarship and was a three-time All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation first-team selection.
Other than this there is nothing known about his educational qualifications or the institutes he attended.
University of Washington
Ian Russell Net Worth
The exact net worth of Ian Russell has not been disclosed by him. Some online sources have estimated it to be around $1 million to $2 million. His source of income is mainly from his sports profession.
Source of income
Ian Russell Social Networks
Ian is not much active on social platforms. His only known social account is Twitter, where he has 710 followers.
1995 to 1997, he was selected in the All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation. In 1998 and 1999, he played for the Seattle Sounders of the USL First Division. He won the offensive MVP award in 1999.
In 2000, Russel moved to the Polish side Lech Poznan and played only one game in a league cup. He then moved back to Major League Soccer and joined San Jose Earthquakes.
He is ninth all-time in Quakes history in assists and is tied for the first in club history in playoff appearances with 14. In 2001, he scored three goals and nine assists with San Jose.
Russell was selected to the 2001 MLS All-Star Game but was later replaced due to injury. In 2008 Russel returned to the San Jose Earthquakes as an assistant coach. For the last two games of the 2014 regular season, Russell became interim head coach. From 2017 to 2020 he was part of the team management of Reno 1868.
Now currently, he is part of Toronto FC as an assistant coach.
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