Where is Lee Dixon now?
Lee Dixon’s fantastic career finally came to an end in 2002 when he retired at the age of 38 after winning numerous trophies with Arsenal across three decades.
Since retiring from playing, Dixon has concentrated on several business interests including the Riverside Brasserie in Bray, Berkshire, which he opened with his friend Heston Blumenthal.
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Dixon was also a regular pundit on the BBC for Match of the Day and Football Focus for eight years before leaving in July 2012 to join the BBC’s rivals ITV’s football coverage.
He is now one of the leading pundits for the channel’s coverage of the UEFA Champions League and England international games.
Lee Dixon also provides punditry and co-commentates on Premier League games for US network NBC Sports.
A huge cycling fan, Dixon has completed numerous charity bike rides across the UK and mainland Europe.
He is also patron of his wife Yolande’s contemporary dance company, the Yorke Dance Project and has assisted in the production of some of company’s shows.
Dixon is one of a number of ex-professionals who sit on the FA’s retrospective diving panel which review suspected cases of what is being called ‘successful deception of a match official’.
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Lee Dixon: Premier League Statistics
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