Where is Jason McAteer now?
After being released in 2007 by Tranmere Rovers, former Liverpool player Jason McAteer finally hung up his boots at the age of 36.
Since retiring from playing McAteer briefly had a role as assistant manager at Tranmere Rovers alongside fellow former Liverpool team mate John Barnes.
Unfortunately this was only a short-lived appointement lasting four months before they were both sacked due to poor results.
Jason McAteer currently works in the media as a pundit for beIN Sports and also on Liverpool’s own television station, LFC.
He also regularly plays for Liverpool legend teams across the globe in charity games.
In October 2016, Jason McAteer released his autobiography Blood, Sweat and McAteer which is available at Amazon.
Within the book he revealed that he had contemplated suicide after suffering a severe bout of depression when he retired from playing.
He admits that it was only after several sessions with a therapist that he came out the other side and made a full recovery.
Follow Jason McAteer on Twitter @MCATEER4
Jason McAteer: Premier League Statistics
Yellow Cards: 29
Red Cards: 1
Premier League clubs played for: Bolton Wanderers, Liverpool, Blackburn Rovers, Sunderland
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com