Trevor Sinclair

Where is Trevor Sinclair now?

Trevor Sinclair played his last professional game for Cardiff City in the 2008 FA Cup final and moved to Dubai with his wife and children.

Whilst in the UAE, Sinclair hosted the football talk show Final Score, a programme that reviews the week’s action from the Barclays Premier League on the Abu Dhabi Sports Channel.

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He also worked as a coach out in Dubai for football academy Go-Pro Sports coaching young talent until he moved back to the UK.

Not long after Sinclair returned from Dubai he linked up with former QPR team mate Darren Peacock as his assistant at non-league Lancaster City.  

After a disappointing start to the 2015-16 season, the pair left the club by mutual consent after both feeling they had taken the club as far as they could.

At the turn of the century a poll was conducted by Blackpool fans across the globe on who they regarded as the best five players for the club during each decade. Trevor Sinclair was one of the five players from the nineties.

In 2015 Sinclair offered his coaching services to former side Blackpool but they amazingly declined his help even though they were clearly struggling at the time.

Sinclair is now a regular pundit on BBC’s football coverage and is a regular contributor on Football Focus.

He was also one of the lead pundits for the BBC’s coverage of the 2015 Women’s World Cup.

Sinclair also works as a scholar coach for the Orange Soccer Academy based in the North West of England which has direct links to his former side Lancaster City.

In March 2017, Trevor Sinclair successfully passed his UEFA A Licence.

Follow Trevor Sinclair on Twitter @trevor8sinclair

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Watch the video of the famous Trevor Sinclair overhead kick.

Trevor Sinclair: Premier League Statistics

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Premier League Teams Played forManchester City, Queens Park Rangers, West Ham United

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