Rising to fame as a footballer, Alan made his fortune playing for teams such as Ipswich Town, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur. He also played for Coventry City, Bury Town and Stambridge United along with 13 international appearances for Scotland. At the end of his career, Alan had scored 119 goals and made 306 league match appearances. Upon retiring from professional football, Alan began a media career and today is best known as a presenter for Talksport.
In the early days of his media career, Alan began as a sports analyst for GMTV before being invited to present on Sky Sports. His previous footballing career made Alan a fan favourite, and his personable character led him to many other presenting jobs. He has also presented for the likes of Talk Radio before joining Talksport in 2001. Alan has been fortunate to secure his own programmes, including the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast. During his time as a footballer, he claimed several awards, including the Ipswich Town Player of the Year in 1981 and induction into the Ipswich Town Hall of Fame in 2013.
Having appeared across a multitude of different broadcasting outlets, Alan is now sought as a public speaker. No stranger to the bright studio lights and camera’s, Alan is able to provide entertaining webinars and online events to a wide variety of audiences. Whether booking him to speak about his illustrious football career or tell tales of his time in the media spotlight, Alan is engaging no matter the online occasion.