Where is Harry Kewell now?
A naturally gifted player, Harry Kewell finished his playing career in early 2014 after returning to his native Australia to play for Melbourne Heart (now known as Melbourne City after the club’s acquisition by Manchester City).
A UEFA Champions League and FA Cup winner with Liverpool, Kewell also had a stellar international career and won 58 caps for Australia scoring 17 goals over a 16-year period.
Part of a golden generation of Australian players which included the likes of Mark Viduka, Tim Cahill and Brett Emerton he was a member of the squad which went to both the 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cup finals.
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Since retiring from playing Kewell has represented a number of brands as an ambassador in his native Australia including Jeep and Politix Menswear.
He has also been an ambassador for the Asian Cup, the second oldest continental football championship in the world after Copa América.
In July 2015 Kewell made his first foray into management when he was recruited by Premier League side Watford’s under-21’s side
After a promotion to manager of the club’s under 23’s side for the 2016-17 season, Kewell had a number of poor results which resulted in him leaving the club by mutual consent in April 2017.
However, he wasn’t out of football for long and made a return just a month later when he was appointed manager of League Two side Crawley Town.
Following a decent season with a mid-table finish, he left Crawley in September 2018 to join League Two side Notts County.
Unfortunately his time at the East Midlands club was short-lived and he was sacked after 14 games after winning just three games.
Away from football management, Kewell is a regular contributor for BT Sport as part of their Saturday afternoon show BT Sport Score alongside other ex Premier League players such as Jermaine Jenas and John Hartson.
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Harry Kewell: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Leeds United, Liverpool|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com