Who Is Serbegeth Singh Wife? His Kids Details 

Sherbegeth Singh, a footballer, was unmarried and had no wife. The former player had been single for a long time and had no plans to marry.

We don’t know anything about his previous relationships or engagements. According to our records, he has no children.

He had never mentioned his marital status, nor had he ever communicated about his relationship on social media.

We believe he must have had some relationships that did not work out in order for their relationship to progress to the important step of marriage.

Singh began his football career with Johor FA before moving to Federal Territory in 1983, where he was suspended for a year by Johor FA for allegedly moving without permission.

His untimely demise must have impacted his other family members. We offer condolences to family members of the departed soul. 


Footballer Shebby Death Cause

Shebby Singh, a former national defender, passed away at the age of 61. According to Iskandar Puteri district police commander Dzulkhairi Mukhtar, Shebby died from a heart attack while riding.

For nine years, he competed for Malaysia, winning a gold medal at the Southeast Asian Games in 1989 and a bronze medal in 1985.

From 1978 to 1996, he played in the English Premier League for eighteen years. He won the Malaysia Cup, Malaysian FA Cup, and League Championship, as well as every other domestic award.

He coached a fictitious football team called ‘MyTeam’ for a Malaysian reality television show in 2006.

Singh was named technical advisor to Malaysia Super League club Melaka TMFC in 2007. He also served as the club’s caretaker head coach after previous coach Irfan Bakti Abu Salim was fired. He only stayed at the club for a year.

Serbegeth Singh Net Worth

Serbegeth Singh’s net worth was not revealed. However, some sources hinted his net worth to be around $1 to $5 million. 

Moreover, Singh appeared on South East Asian television as a football analyst.

Venky’s, the owners of Blackburn Rovers F.C., appointed Singh as a global adviser at the club on June 18, 2012. On BBC Radio 5 Live on December 29, 2012, he appeared on the sports program 6–0–6.