Where is Darren Huckerby now?
After a successful career, largely spent in the Premier League, Darren Huckerby retired from playing in 2009 after a spell in the United States with the San Jose Earthquakes.
Although Huckerby won the MLS Newcomer of the Year in his first season in the US, a persistent hip injury meant that he had to retire earlier than anticipated.
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On returning to England Huckerby signed up for the 2011 Masters Tournament representing former club Leeds United and ended up the top scorer for the tournament.
He has also set up The Darren Huckerby Trust which provides support for local charities, community projects and individuals across the county of Norfolk.
In 2011, Huckerby released his book Hucks: My Autobiography
Huckerby returned to Norwich City in 2013 as an academy coach where he worked alongside Graeme Murty with the under 16’s side.
He took charge of the under 16’s on a full time basis in 2015 when Murty was moved up to the 18’s as part of a reshuffle within the club.
In July 2017, Huckerby was appointed as assistant to Matt Gill with the Norwich City under 23’s development squad but left the club just three months later after an academy reshuffle led to his position being cut.
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Darren Huckerby: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Coventry City, Leeds United, Manchester City, Norwich City, Newcastle United|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com