Dion Dublin – born 22 April 1969 – is a television presenter and former footballer.
He served as a pundit for the BBC’s Women’s World Cup 2019 coverage in France.
Born in Leicester and of Nigerian descent, he was capped four times for England.
Dublin started his career as a centre back with Norwich City, but made his name at Cambridge United as a centre-forward. He then went on to other clubs which include Manchester United, Coventry City, Millwall, Aston Villa, Leicester City and Celtic.
Dublin is also an amateur percussionist, and invented a percussion instrument called “The Dube”.
In 2015, he joined the presenting team on the BBC One daytime show Homes Under the Hammer.
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