Where is Graeme Le Saux now?
After two spells at Chelsea and a Premier League winners medal with Blackburn Rovers, Graeme Le Saux finished his playing career at Southampton in 2005 when they were relegated to the Championship.
Since retiring from playing, Graeme Le Saux has been working across the different forms of media including punditry on Match of the Day as well as Radio 5 Live.
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He has also reported and presented on BBC Two’s finance programme Working Lunch and in 2009 he appeared on Dancing on Ice but was voted out in the first round.
In 2012 Le Saux appeared in the England team for the Soccer Aid 2012 Charity game at Old Trafford and in June 2012 he was persuaded to come out of retirement and join Wembley FC’s FA Cup campaign under Terry Venables.
In 2013, Graeme Le Saux joined US network NBC as an expert analyst during their live Premier League football coverage.
Le Saux joined the FA’s new Inclusion Advisory Board (IAB) in 2014 which provides guidance on all equality matters within football.
In July 2015 Le Saux came to the aid of a couple whose camper van was on fire, saving them from serious injury.
In April 2016 Graeme Le Saux started working as one of the panelists on Sky Television’s weekly, unmoderated debate show called The Pledge.
When the FA were deciding who to replace Sam Allardyce as the new permanent England manager in November 2016, Le Saux, along with former Leeds United manager Howard Wilkinson, were invited to consult on the selection process.
Follow Graeme Le Saux on Twitter @graemelesaux14
Graeme Le Saux: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Blackburn Rovers, Chelsea, Southampton|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com