Ray Parlour

Where is Ray Parlour now?

After spending 14 years at Arsenal, fan’s favourite Ray Parlour finally retired in 2007 whilst at his last club Hull City.



Since retiring from playing, Parlour has been working as a football pundit on both television and radio with talkSPORT, Radio 5 Live and Sky Sports.

In June 2012 he was persuaded to come out of retirement and join Wembley FC’s FA Cup campaign under Terry Venables in what was essentially a promotional exercise for Budweiser.

He as joined with other ex Premier League players such as Graeme Le Saux, David Seaman and Brian McBride.

Unfortunately the team was beaten in one of the preliminary rounds.

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He is the founder of Spirit Events, a company which organises events such as conferences, product launches and award ceremonies.

Ray Parlour was also part owner of The Ferry Boat Inn in North Fambridge, Essex until early 2017.

On April 1st, it was announced that Ray Parlour would be returning to Arsenal on a part-time basis as Head of Integration where he was to help foreign signings settle in to their new surroundings. This was later revealed as an April Fools joke.

In May 2016, Ray Parlour’s released his autobiography The Romford Pelé full of anecdotes and amusing stories from his playing days.

The book was a huge success and was a Sunday Times top ten bestseller.

Follow Ray Parlour on Twitter @RealRomfordPele

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Ray Parlour: Premier League Statistics

NationalityEnglish
PositionMidfielder
Appearances379
Goals20
Yellow Cards62
Red Cards3
Premier League Teams Played forArsenal, Middlesbrough

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com

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