Love him or hate him - Robbie Savage is football's Mr Marmite.
The tenacious midfielder hung up his boots at the end of the 2010/11 season after making over 600 appearances for Derby County, Blackburn Rovers, Birmingham City, Leicester City, Crewe Alexandra and Brighton and Hove Albion and is currently in the top 50 most capped Premier League players of all time.
One of football’s most colourful characters Robbie is famous for his no nonsense approach on the field and is currently the record holder of most Premier League yellow cards with 89.
Robbie is quickly becoming one of Britain's favourite media pundits off the pitch and won a Sony DAB Rising Star Award for his work on the BBC Radio 5 Live 6-0-6 programme.
Robbie was in South Africa commentating on the World Cup when it was announced he would be co presenter of the iconic radio show.
Born in Wrexham on the 18th of October 1974, Robbie joined Manchester United as a trainee. A family man Robbie has two sons with wife Sarah.
Robbie's honest and forthright opinions can be read weekly in his Daily Mirror column as well as being heard in his regular appearances on both TV and Radio for the BBC.