Stuart Baxter Biography, Age, Wife, Career, News & Net Worth

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Stuart William Baxter is a well-known football manager and former player who is currently the head coach of the South African national football team. He was born on 16 August 1953 in England of Scottish parentage and was brought up in both countries.

Baxter played professionally for a number of clubs in England, Scotland, Australia, Sweden and in the United States. Baxter was named as South Africa coach for a second time on 4 May 2017, replacing Ephraim ‘Shakes’ Mashaba, who was sacked in December 2016.

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Stuart Baxter Age

He was born on the 16th of August 1953 in Wolverhampton, England. As of 2019, he is 56 years old.

Stuart Baxter Wife

Stuart is currently married to Cecilia Baxter and they have children together.

Stuart Baxter Children

Baxter has a son, Lee, who is also a former professional football player and now a goalkeeping-coach for Kaizer Chiefs. His other children are Sean Baxter, Kelly Baxter, Natalie Baxter

Stuart Baxter Honours

Club

Sanfrecce Hiroshima
  • J1 League 1st Stage Champions: (1): 1994
AIK
  • Allsvenskan (1): 1998
  • Svenska Cupen (1): 1998–99
Helsingborgs
  • Svenska Cupen (1): 2006
Kaizer Chiefs
  • Premier Soccer League (2): 2012–13, 2014–15
  • Nedbank Cup (1): 2012–13
  • MTN 8 (1): 2014
SuperSport United
  • Nedbank Cup (2): 2016, 2017
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Stuart Baxter News

Adopted from TimesLive.co.za

Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter earns a lot less than it was originally believed after it emerged this week that the Briton’s monthly earnings are less than his predecessors Ephraim ‘‘Shakes” Mashaba and Pitso Mosimane.

Sunday Times can reveal that the Bafana coach earns R490,000 a month, which is considerably less than the R1-million a month salary he was reported to be earning after he was appointed to the national team coaching seat last year.

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His predecessor Mashaba, on the other hand, earned R550,000 a month while Mosimane took home just under R800,000 a month.

South African Football Association (Safa)  communications head Dominic Chimhavi said while he could not reveal Baxter’s salary, it was nowhere near the R1-million a month that has continued to be linked to his name since last year.

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