Discover everything you want to know about Conor Hourihane: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the Irish central midfielder lives in and have a look at his cars!
In July 2019 the central midfielder signed a contract with Aston Villa that nets him a whopping salary of 1.7 Million Euro (1.5 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €8,428 (£7,589) per day and €351 (£316) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 4.3 years to earn the same as Green Hurricane earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Irish central midfielder compared to his Aston Villa teammates
The Irishman has played for a number of clubs across four divisions of English football, including: Sunderland, Ipswich, Plymouth, Barnsley, and most recently Aston Villa. The 28-year old has a net worth close to €10 million (£9 million); and a market value in the region of €6.5 million (£5.9 million).
A joys and jubilation of scoring that last minute-winner! Arms stretched, thousands chanting your name, and all the boys running after you with hugs and kisses to share! No doubt, the Irishman would love it, if the scenes were replicated off the field, with beautiful women replacing them handsome men!
A snap from the Aston Villa dressing room after a big win! It's difficult to find the Irishman with his shirt-off but we've managed a sneak peek, and from the looks of things, he doesn't wear any ink on his skin!
Throwback! Being captain of the team during his time with Barnsley FC came with a lot of responsibilities; cooking dinner for his teammates was top of the priority list! A snapshot of what went down in the midfielder's kitchen back in the day.
Hourihane Car - What does he drive?
The Irish footballer presented with a brand new Lexus for winning sponsor Cork's 'Person of the Month' award during his spell with EFL One club Barnsley FC.
Born in Bandon, Ireland, he moved to England at 17-years of age to join the academy of Sunderland FC in 2007. After completing his development, he decided to leave the Black Cats for EFL Championship club Ipswich Town, but after failing to make an impression, he moved to EFL Two to sign for Plymouth Argyle. On 6 August 2011, the Irishman made his professional debut in a draw against Shrewsbury Town. On 15 October, the midfielder scored his first goal, as Plymouth edged out a five-goal thriller against Dagenham & Redbridge. The Irish midfielder was soon selected as club captain and went on to make 142 appearances for the Pilgrims. On 23 June 2014, he joined EFL One club Barnsley in a three-year deal. His marked his successful period with The Tykes with a remarkable 31 goals and 48 assists in 134 appearances. With the Irishman at the heart of midfield, Barnsley won the Football League Trophy, beating Oxford United 3-2 in the final; and the EFL One play-off final, overcoming Millwall by a 3-1 scoreline to earn promotion to the EFL Championship. At the end of his contract, the Irishman was on the move again, signing for EFL Championship club Aston Villa on 26 January 2017. In the 2018/19 EFL Championship campaign, he made 43 league appearances, helping The Villains achieve promotion to the Premier League via playoff win over Derby County in the final.
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