Where is Chris Bart-Williams now?
Former Sheffield Wednesday and Nottingham Forest midfielder Chris Bart-Williams retired from playing in 2005 tat the age of 32 after a brief spell playing for Maltese side Marsaxlokk.
Aside from winning the 1998 First Division title with Nottingham Forest in 1998, Bart-Williams was unfortunate to never win any other silverware during his career.
However, he did receive an FA Cup and also a League Cup runners-up medal in 1993 when Sheffield Wednesday lost in both finals to Arsenal.
A regular player at England youth level, Bart-Williams never featured for the senior team despite being touted as one of the best young midfield prospects in the country during the mid nineties.
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Upon retiring from playing Bart-Williams moved to the USA to pursue a career in coaching and worked as an assistant coach at women’s team Boston Breakers before joining Quinnipiac University as an assistant coach for their men’s team.
He also spent time as head coach of SoccerPlus Conneticut’s reserve side which is a ladies football team that plays in the third tier of women’s soccer in the US.
After playing and working in football for over 20 years, Bart-Williams took three years out of the game admitting that he felt burnt out.
Bart-Williams now runs his own football academy based in North Carolina called CBW Elite which helps players at all levels prepare for college soccer.
Chris Bart-Williams: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Charlton Athletic, Nottingham Forest, Sheffield Wednesday|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com