Andy Sinton

Where is Andy Sinton now?

After a long career spanning over 20 years, Andy Sinton retired in 2007 whilst playing at non-league Fleet Town in a player-manager role.

Starting out at Cambridge United in 1982, he went onto make over 700 professional appearances, the majority at Brentford and Queens Park Rangers.

He also represented the England national side on 12 occasions under Graham Taylor’s tenure between 1991 and 1993.

Upon hanging up his boots Sinton went into full-time management with Fleet Town where he stayed for five years before joining AFC Telford United.

In his first year in charge at the club he successfully led his team to the Conference via the play-offs, and kept them from relegation in his second season.

Unfortunately his third season was a disaster and he left at the start of 2013 by mutual consent after his side recorded a 16-game winless run.

Since May 2015 Sinton has been working as a club ambassador for QPR which involves attending games, working with commercial partners and helping promote the Queens Park Rangers brand.

Follow on Twitter @AndySintonQPR 

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Andy Sinton: Premier League Statistics

NationalityEnglish
PositionMidfielder
Appearances179
Goals16
Yellow Cards13
Red Cards0
Premier League Teams Played forQueens Park Rangers, Sheffield Wednesday, Tottenham Hotspur

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com