Where is Clinton Morrison now?
Former Crystal Palace and Birmingham City striker retired from football in 2016 after a couple of seasons playing in League Two with Exeter City.
Although he is mostly associated with Palace having spent eight seasons with them over two spells, he made all but one of his Premier League appearances for Birmingham and ended his professional career having made 722 first team appearances and scoring 175 goals for eight different sides.
On the international front, he was eligible to play for England, Jamaica and the Republic of Ireland and chose to play for the latter representing them on 36 occasions and was part of the squad which went to the 2002 FIFA World Cup finals.
Having already dipped his toe in the broadcasting industry whilst playing for Exeter, upon retiring from playing Morrison increased his television and radio work with regular contributions on Channel 5’s Football League Show and PLP’s FanZone.
He currently co-presents a football show on talkSPORT with Jim White as well as studio punditry for the BBC, Sky Sports and BT Sport.
Follow on Twitter @morrisonclinton
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Clinton Morrison: Premier League Statistics
|Nationality||Republic of Ireland|
|Premier League Teams Played for||Birmingham City, Crystal Palace|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com