Oporto Sports is delighted to announce a working partnership with former Burnley, Everton, Glasgow Rangers, Marseille and England international, Trevor Steven.
Steven enjoyed a glittering career as a player, winning the English League title twice, the French League once and the Scottish League six times, as well as the Cup Winners’ Cup, FA Cup, four Charity Shields, two Scottish League Cups and the English third tier title.
He was capped 36 times by his country, playing in the 1986 and 1990 World Cups, and Euro 88 and 92, scoring four goals.
Following his retirement in 1997, Steven has formed a well-respected career in the media, working for various broadcasters including the BBC, RTE Sport and for nearly a decade in the Middle East with beIN Sport. He also recently took part in the film ‘Howard’s Way’, telling the story of Everton’s finest years under Howard Kendall, including the club’s only European triumph to date.
Oporto director Dean Eldredge said: “We are very pleased to be working with someone of Trevor’s calibre. His experience of playing during a hugely successful era for Everton and England, and his time in Scotland and France, give him a unique perspective on the game.
“He is a vastly experienced and versatile broadcaster and we look forward to helping and representing him.”
Steven is supporting his daughter Ava, who has signed for Reading Ladies Football Club, and he is still active as a football broker alongside his media commitments.
For any media opportunities for Trevor, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow Trevor on Twitter @TrevorSteven63