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Steve Kean was born on 30 September, 1967 in Glasgow, United Kingdom.

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Age53 years old
Zodiac SignLibra
Born30 September 1967
Birthday30 September
BirthplaceGlasgow, United Kingdom
United Kingdom

Steve Kean Height, Weight & Measurements

At 53 years old, Steve Kean height is 175 cm .

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Who Is Steve Kean’s Wife?

His wife is Margaret Kean

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Steve Kean Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2019-2020. So, how much is Steve Kean worth at the age of 53 years old? Steve Kean’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from United Kingdom. We have estimated Steve Kean’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Net Worth in 2019Pending
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In early November it was announced that Kean would leave Brunei DPMM at the end of the 2017 S.League season, a year before his contract with the club ended.


Brunei DPMM clinched the S-League championship on 21 November 2015, with a 4–0 win at home to Balestier Khalsa.


Kean was also appointed as the head coach of Brunei national football team for the 2014 AFF Suzuki Cup qualification tournament in Laos in October 2014.


Kean started brightly as manager, but ten games without a win saw Rovers dragged into relegation trouble. A 15th-place finish was secured with a 3–2 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers on the final day of the 2010–11 Premier League season.

In October 2013 Kean agreed a deal to become the new manager of S.League side DPMM FC. Kean signed an initial one-year contract with the club in Brunei on 28 November 2013. Brunei led the 2014 S.League for the majority of the campaign but ended up finishing as runners up to Warriors FC following a 2–1 defeat to Tampines Rovers on the final day of the season. They were also knocked out of the 2014 Singapore Cup in the semi-final by Home United. The team did lift some silverware however, as they won the 2014 Singapore League Cup, beating Tanjong Pagar United 2–0 in the final.


Results were somewhat improved in the second half of the season but five successive defeats in April dragged Rovers deep into relegation trouble again with Kean having recorded just 12 wins from his 55 league games since he took over. On 7 May 2012, a home loss against Wigan Athletic relegated Blackburn Rovers to the Football League Championship and ended an eleven-year run in the top flight.

Kean left his position as Rovers’ manager on 28 September 2012 with the club third in the Championship table. He declared that he had been “forced to resign” and that his position had been “untenable”.


In November 2011, Blackburn confirmed that Kean had signed a new contract with improved terms, despite the club being in the bottom place of the league. This came despite Kean’s comments less than a week earlier stating: “Yes, there have been discussions about a new contract, but I have told the owners that this is an inappropriate time to conclude any new contract discussions”. The new deal came after months of protests at the club in which fans campaigned to have Kean removed as Rovers manager as he had recorded just one league win all season. At the time, Steve Kean was Blackburn Rovers’ second worst manager since 1992, with only Paul Ince scoring a lower win percentage.

Further controversy was created when Kean admitted ‘forfeiting’ a League Cup quarter-final at Cardiff City for the sake of their league form, with fans subsequently demanding a refund for the ticket price, travel expenses and money lost due to not working on the day. In December 2011, the local newspaper and MP Jack Straw joined the fans in calling for Kean’s resignation ahead of a crucial home match with Bolton Wanderers. Another defeat concluded Kean’s first 38 league games as Blackburn manager in which he had amassed just 32 points and left Rovers bottom of the table at Christmas. Despite all of this, Kean remained defiant by insisting that he would stay in his job long enough to fashion a revival and that he would be “100% shocked” if he was sacked.

On 15 August 2011, Kean was convicted of drink driving at Macclesfield Magistrates’ Court. The Court rejected his defence that his drinks had been spiked following a match against Manchester United. He was banned from driving for 18 months and fined £1,800.


After the sacking of Allardyce on 13 December 2010 by new Blackburn owners Venky’s, Kean was initially installed as caretaker manager but on 22 December 2010, he was appointed manager on a contract until the end of the season to prove his abilities in that position. On 4 January 2011, it was revealed by Anuradha Desai, chairperson of Venky’s, that Kean would be offered a new two-to-three-year long-term contract to manage the club and on 20 January 2011, it was confirmed by Blackburn that Kean had signed a contract until June 2013. Kean’s appointment was shrouded in a great deal of controversy since his agent Jerome Anderson had earlier played a major role in advising Venky’s during the takeover of the club in the preceding months. Furthermore, Allardyce later received “substantial”, but undisclosed, damages from Kean after Kean had been recorded in a bar in Hong Kong falsely alleging that Allardyce had been sacked from his post at Blackburn Rovers because he was a crook.


On 4 August 2009, Blackburn Rovers manager Sam Allardyce appointed Kean as his new first team coach. Kean replaced Karl Robinson who returned to Milton Keynes Dons. Allardyce commented that he had received numerous applications for the first team coaching position and Kean “stood out above the rest through his personality, experience and knowledge of football at the highest level”.


In June 2008, it was reported that Kean was in talks with Chelsea to become assistant manager to Luiz Felipe Scolari. Kean’s fluency in Portuguese from his playing days was believed to be a key reason for Chelsea’s interest.


He joined Swansea City on loan in 1987, at the same time as Chris Coleman. They formed a lasting professional relationship, which carried on after both of their playing days had ended.


Stephen Kean (born 30 September 1967) is a Scottish football manager and former player. A winger, he spent his playing career in the lower divisions of Scottish, English and Portuguese leagues in the 1980s and 1990s, before moving into coaching. After a 21-month spell in charge of Blackburn Rovers, he resigned on 28 September 2012.