Daniel Pudil is a professional football/soccer player who played Defender (association football) / Midfielder for Sheffield Wednesday as number 36. Pudil was born on September 27, 1985, in Prague, Czechoslovakia. This article examines Daniel Pudil’s net worth.
As a youth, Daniel Pudil played for AC Sparta Prague during 1991-2003. Over 2003-2004, Pudil played for FK Chmel Blšany earning 11 caps and scoring 2 goals. During 2004-2008, Pudil played for FC Slovan Liberec earning 70 caps and scoring 7 goals. In 2007-2008, Pudil played for SK Slavia Praha (loan) earning 21 caps and scoring 6 goals. In 2008-2011, Pudil played for K.R.C. Genk earning 121 caps and scoring 4 goals. From 2012-2013, Pudil played for Granada CF earning 0 caps and scoring 0 goals. From 2012, Pudil played for A.C. Cesena (loan) earning 37 caps and scoring 1 goals. From 2013-2016, Pudil played for Watford F.C. earning 60 caps and scoring 2 goals.
Daniel Pudil also played nationally. During 2004, Pudil played for the Czech Republic national under-19 football team scoring 0 goals, with 8 caps. During 2004-2007, Pudil played for the Czech Republic national under-21 football team with 16 caps and 1 goals. In 2007-, Pudil played for the Czech Republic national football team earning 33 caps and scoring 2 goals.
Professional footballers can receive plenty of money. But pay depend on lots of different factors. These include the player’s area and of course, their success. At the top end, players in the United Kingdom and some European countries can bring in $50 million or more. In Latin America, good soccer players take home $1-2 million per year while in locations where soccer/football is not as popular, like the United States and China, players make a few hundred thousand per year. The least paying leagues pay under $50,000 per annum.
So what is football/soccer player Daniel Pudil’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Daniel Pudil’s net worth as of 2018 is: $3 million
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