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Jay Tabb was born on 21 February, 1984 in Tooting, London. At 36 years old, Jay Tabb height is 5 ft 4 in (165.0 cm).

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Age 36 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 21 February 1984
Birthday 21 February
Birthplace Tooting, London
Nationality London

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Weight 64 kg
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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.

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Jay Tabb Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Jay Tabb worth at the age of 36 years old? Jay Tabb’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from London. We have estimated Jay Tabb's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Timeline

2020

On 13 March 2020, Tabb was interviewed during ITV Racing’s coverage of the Cheltenham Festival when leading up one of Philip Hobbs’ horses where he now works as a stable lad.

2017

Tabb joined Rugby Union side Old Wimbledonians in 2017.

2013

Born in England to Irish parents, he is a dual citizen who has represented the Republic of Ireland at international level and won ten caps for the under–21 side between 2004–06. He received his first call up to the senior team in 2006 but has yet to make an appearance.

Having not featured in the Reading team since early January, Tabb joined Ipswich Town on a one-month loan on 7 March. He made his debut two days later in a 0–0 draw with Peterborough United and was selected in the Championship Team of the Week after his performance in the 1–0 win over Bolton Wanderers the following weekend. After two impressive performances for Ipswich, Tabb expressed a hope that his good form could earn him a new contract at Reading, despite being surplus to requirements under the previous management. On 4 April his loan was extended for the rest of the season after which he returned to Reading before being released on 24 May.

On 5 June 2013, Tabb joined Ipswich Town on a permanent basis, signing a two-year contract effective from 1 July. He made his debut against his former club Reading on 3 August and scored the opener in a 2–1 defeat. The diminutive midfielder featured regularly in the 2014–15 season as Town reached the play-Offs. He scored twice, one a rare headed goal at home to promotion rivals Middlesbrough and a scrappy winner in a crucial game at home to Bolton Wanderers. His opportunities were more scarce in the 2015–16 season despite scoring in a 2–1 victory over Stevenage in the Carling Cup.

2012

Tabb put together a run of appearances at the end of the season though and started in both legs of the play-off semi-final defeat to Burnley. He made his first Premier League appearance in Reading's 2–2 draw away at Swansea City on 6 October 2012 and earned plaudits for his no-nonsense performances in subsequent games.

2009

On 19 January 2009, Tabb signed for Reading, who were, at the time, managed by his former boss Steve Coppell. The transfer fee was undisclosed and Tabb was given the squad number 37 by Reading. Manager Steve Coppell said, "He is a player I know well, and I am certain he will supplement our squad as we go into this final third of the season." He made his Reading debut as a second-half substitute in the 1–0 defeat to Nottingham Forest on 28 February 2009 but only featured sporadically in his first few months at the club.

2008

The day after the win over Azerbaijan, Tabb was called up to the senior squad for the first time for the match against Chile though he did not make an appearance. He received another call up for the Euro 2008 qualifier against Cyprus but again failed to make it off the bench and never made his full international debut.

2006

Tabb moved to Coventry City in June 2006 and spent two-and-a-half years at the club, picking up the Player of the Season Award for his performances during the 2007–08 season. In January 2009 he joined Reading. In 2012, he achieved the first promotion of his career as part of the 2011–12 Championship winning squad. He joined Ipswich Town on loan in March 2013 before making the move permanent three months later. He is primarily a central midfielder but has also played as full back, on both wings and as centre forward. In February 2015 Tabb won the "Dan Bartram Player of the Month" award, which included pre-match a trophy presentation at Portman Road.

On 30 June 2006, Tabb signed for Coventry City, for an undisclosed fee on a three-year contract. He wore number 21 for Coventry and made his debut as a substitute against Cardiff City on 12 August, coming on for the injured Adam Virgo who himself was a substitute. On 23 April 2008, Tabb was awarded the Player of the Year accolade for his services to Coventry City during the 2007–08 season.

2005

Tabb's last appearances for Brentford were in the 2005–06 League One play-off semi final defeat to Swansea City. He scored in the first leg draw at the Liberty Stadium but a 2–0 defeat in the return leg ended their promotion hopes. With Tabb wanting to leave the club in pursuit of football at a higher level he was placed on the transfer list on 18 May. Tabb left Brentford on the expiration of his contract and made 114 starts for Brentford, appearing 42 times from the bench and scoring 24 goals.

2004

Despite being born in England, Tabb also holds an Irish passport and has represented the Republic of Ireland at international level. He was first called up to the under–21 squad on 18 May 2004 to face Scotland and made his debut in the match, helping Ireland to a 3–1 win. Tabb scored his first and only international goal in his next appearance for the under–21s, a 3–2 win over Bulgaria on 17 August 2004, and was a regular in the squad for the next two years. His final appearance came as a second-half substitute in a 3–0 win over Azerbaijan on 18 May 2006 and he ended his under–21 career with ten caps and one goal.

2003

Tabb played a major role in the 2003–04 season contributing 11 goals in 40 appearances making him the club's second top scorer. His strong performances saw him sign a new deal in October 2003 keeping him at Brentford until 2005 with the option of a further one-year extension beyond that. He continued his good form into the start of the next season and began attracting interest from higher division clubs with Brentford admitting they would not stand in Tabb's way if they received an offer that was too good to refuse. He remained at the club though and in March 2005 extended his contract until the end of the 2005–06 season.

2002

Tabb struggled with injuries during the 2002–03 season and again made only a handful of appearances for Brentford that year. Tabb travelled to Crawley Town (then playing in the Southern League Premier Division) in February 2004 intent on signing loan forms, but ultimately did not agree to terms after suffering torn ligaments in training with Brentford a few days later. He did not appear again for Brentford until 19 April, starting in a 2–1 defeat to Queens Park Rangers and made just two starts during the entire campaign. Despite his injury hit season Brentford took up their option to extend Tabb's contract by a year in May 2003 with manager Wally Downes confident he would break into the first team the following season.

2001

Tabb was born in Tooting, Greater London and was released from Crystal Palace as a junior at the age of 16, after being deemed, at 5'5", too short to play professional football. Undeterred, he signed for Brentford. He attended Wimbledon College from 1997–2000, leaving to pursue a football career. Tabb made his Brentford debut on 3 May 2001 in a 2–2 draw against Luton Town but made only five appearances in his first two seasons at the club.

1984

Jay Anthony Tabb (born 21 February 1984) is a retired professional footballer. He began his career at Crystal Palace but was released as a junior and joined Brentford in 2000. He moved to Crawley Town in 2003 on a loan which was ultimately cut short by injury. He played in both of Brentford's unsuccessful play-off campaigns in 2005 and 2006, making over 150 appearances for the club in total.