David Burrows

Where is David Burrows now?

Former Liverpool defender David Burrows retired from the game in 2003 due to persistent injuries after a spell playing for Sheffield Wednesday.

Over an 18-year playing career he made over 400 first-team appearances winning the Division One title and the FA Cup during his time at Anfield.

He also holds the record for the second fastest goal scored in a Merseyside derby, just 48 seconds from kick-off.

Upon retiring from playing Burrows spent time playing amateur football before emigrating to South-West France with his wife and three children.

Immersing themselves into the French way of life they have bought a couple of properties to rent with Burrows taking care of the maintenance.

In April 2014 Burrows turned out for the Liverpool Legends team for the Hillsborough charity match where he showed that he hadn’t lost his competitive edge with some crunching tackles on Jari Litmanen.

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David Burrows: Premier League Statistics

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Premier League Teams Played forCoventry City, Liverpool, Everton, West Ham United

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com