Where is Graeme Le Saux now?
Arguably one of the best English left-sided players of modern times, Graeme Le Saux finished his playing career at Southampton in 2005 after they were relegated to the Championship.
During a 16-year career he won a number of trophies, mostly with Chelsea, including the old Second Division title, the League Cup, the UEFA Cup Winner’s Cup and the UEFA Super Cup.
He was also a Premier League winner in 1995 with Blackburn Rovers.
A winner of 36 caps for the England national side he was unlucky to miss out on Euro 96 and Euro 2000 through injury but he did feature in the 1998 FIFA World Cup finals.
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Upon retiring from playing, Le Saux started a new career in broadcasting and spent time working across the different forms of media including punditry on Match of the Day as well as radio work with Radio 5 Live.
He has also reported and presented on BBC Two’s finance programme Working Lunch and in 2009 he appeared on the celebrity talent show Dancing on Ice.
He was also one of the original panelists on Sky Television’s weekly, unmoderated debate show called The Pledge.
In 2014 Le Saux joined the FA’s new Inclusion Advisory Board (IAB) which provides guidance on all equality matters within football and he has also worked as an ambassador for ABN AMRO bank.
He now works for US broadcasting giant NBC as an expert analyst for their live Premier League football coverage alongside former Arsenal defender Lee Dixon.
In the summer of 2017 Le Saux joined the board of directors at Spanish side RCD Mallorca as a non-executive senior sporting advisor and has been part of the club’s rebuild following the club’s relegation to the third division.
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Graeme Le Saux: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Blackburn Rovers, Chelsea, Southampton|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com