Where is Anders Limpar now?
One of the few foreigners who were playing in England when the Premier League started in 1992, Anders Limpar retired from playing in 2000 after a spell in the United States with MLS side Colorado Rapids.
During his seven-year spell in England he won a number of trophies including the First Division title, FA Cup, League Cup and UEFA Cup Winner’s Cup with Arsenal and also the FA Cup with Everton.
He was also an important member of the Sweden national side, representing them on 58 occasions and scoring six goals.
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Upon retiring from playing professional football, Limpar went into coaching and had a spell coaching the youth side at Djurgårdens IF before moving to Swedish second division side Sollentuna United as their assistant manager.
Leaving his football coaching to pursue his business interests, Limpar opened a bar in Stockholm called The Limp Bar which has since closed and also founded a betting site which has also since closed.
In 2015 he starred in and won Swedish reality television show The Great Adventure which pitches celebrities against the Swedish wilderness.
He is currently a director of Prorector which is a Swedish company that sells Swedish products into the Asian markets.
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Anders Limpar: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Arsenal, Everton|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com