Where is Dean Gordon now?
After a career spanning 18 years and 20 different clubs, Dean Gordon finally hung up his boots in 2009 after a spell in non-league football with Thornaby.
Although often regarded as a journeyman player he only actually played for two clubs (Middlesbrough and Crystal Palace) during his first 10 years in the game.
Upon retiring from playing he has concentrated on other business interests and he is part of the “Show Racism the Red Card”, group which visits local schools to teach them about about racism.
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Gordon has also set up Pro-Motiv8 a company which delivers workshops in schools, colleges and community centres providing football coaching and fun days during the school holidays.
The company also has a MYSKILLZ rating system for grassroots players up to elite level and futsal.
Dean Gordon is also the Sunderland franchise owner of Futsal UK.
In 2015 Gordon along with former ex Sunderland players Gary Bennett and Julio Arca set up a coaching academy for 9-16 year olds called Back to Basics.
Gordon’s son Nathan Wood-Gordon is a promising footballer who plays within the Middlesbrough academy.
Follow Dean Gordon on Twitter @_promotiv8
Dean Gordon: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Crystal Palace, Middlesbrough|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com