Matthew Upson

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Where is Matthew Upson now?

The much-travelled former England defender Matthew Upson retired from playing at the end of the 2015-2016 after his release from MK Dons.

Upson started his Premier League career in the successful Arsenal team of the late noughties/ early 2000’s and was a member of the double-winning side of 2001-02.

Despite a breakthrough season where he had forced his way into the team ahead of Martin Keown, Upson broke his leg in February 2002 which ruled him out for the remainder of the campaign.

Having made 14 Premier League appearances that season, Upson qualified for a Premier League winners medal but played no part in the FA Cup run therefore was ineligible to receive a medal.

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Upon retiring from playing, Matthew Upson has worked extensively in the media across the television and radio networks for the likes of the BBC, ITV and Sky Sports as a co-commentator and also as a pundit.

He also spent time at former side West Ham United where he was working with the academy boys as part of his coaching badges.

Upson is also director of his property development company Matthew Upson Properties LTD.

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Matthew Upson: Premier League Statistics

NationalityEngland
PositionDefender
Appearances289
Goals Scored9
Yellow Cards25
Red Cards1
Premier League Teams Played forArsenal, Birmingham City, Leicester City, Stoke City, West Ham United

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com