Where is Lee Bowyer now?
A no-nonsense battling midfielder who was never far away from controversy, Lee Bowyer retired from playing in 2012 after a season playing in the Championship with Ipswich Town.
During his playing career Bowyer, a keen fisherman, spent every summer fishing in a lake in France with his friends.
Upon retiring he called the owner of the lake and subsequently bought it calling it Etang de Bows which translates as ‘Bows’ Lake’. He now divides his time between France and England.
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Lee Bowyer has obtained his UEFA B license and has revealed he may move into full time youth coaching at some point in the future.
In October 2015, Lee Bowyer was invited by Watford U21’s manager and former Leeds United team mate Harry Kewell to assist with the coaching of their U21’s team for a month.
The trial was an opportunity for Bowyer and the academy to have a look at each other to see if they could possibly work together in the future but things didn’t work out and Bowyer returned to his fishing lake in France.
Having completed his coaching badges in 2016, Bowyer expressed an interest to return to the game and was targeting the vacant Charlton Athletic job before it was taken by Karl Robinson.
Lee Bowyer: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Leeds United, Birmingham City, West Ham United, Newcastle United|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com