Where is Ed de Goey now?
A 20-year playing career, which included six years in the Premier League with Chelsea finally came to an end in 2006 for Ed de Goey after a spell playing for Stoke City.
During his illustrious career he won a number of trophies including the Eredivisie and KNVB Cup (four times) with Rotterdam and the FA Cup, League Cup, UEFA Super Cup and the UEFA Cup Winner’s Cup with Chelsea.
He also represented the Netherlands on the international stage on 31 occasions and played in every game when they finished fourth in the 1994 FIFA World Cup finals.
A year after he retired de Goey joined Queens Park Rangers as first team coach but he was only in this role for six months before his contract was terminated by new chairman Gianni Paladini.
In 2010, after a spell out of the game de Goey returned to Holland to join Dutch side RKC Waalwijk as goalkeeping coach but he left the club in 2014.
He now occasionally makes an appearance on talkSPORT to discuss current goalkeeping topics.
De Goey also works as goalkeeper coach for DHC Delft, a lower league Dutch side who play in the fourth tier of Dutch football.
He also runs a successful goalkeeping school in Berkel which is a town north of Rotterdam.
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Ed de Goey: Premier League Statistics
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Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com