Where is Keith Gillespie now?
A member of the Manchester United youth side which included David Beckham, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs etc, Keith Gillespie retired from playing in 2013 after two seasons at Longford Town who play in the League of Ireland First Divison.
In 2010 Keith Gillespie was unfortunately declared bankrupt after losing a £7 million fortune through gambling and poor business investments.
He has since released a book called How Not to be a Football Millionaire which has achieved critical acclaim for its brutal honesty and how it gives a completely different perspective of a professional footballer’s life.
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Following the success of the book Gillespie now works the after dinner speaker circuit across the country.
He can be booked at www.soccerspeakers.co.uk
In 2016, Gillespie joined the talkSPORT team as guest pundit for their coverage of the Northern Ireland games in Euro 2016.
Gillespie now works as a football agent after launching the One Two agency with former Irish League player and successful businessman Brian Adair.
Having amassed many contacts over the years, Gillespie’s experience enables him to represent footballers across the UK and beyond, providing them with expert advice and guidance during and after their careers.
Follow Keith Gillespie on Twitter @KeithGillespie7
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Keith Gillespie: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Blackburn Rovers, Leicester City, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Sheffield United|
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