Where is Ian Ashbee now?
A legend at Hull City after captaining the side from the bottom division all the way to the Premier League, Ian Ashbee hung up his boots in 2012 after a spell with Preston North End.
Playing for 16 seasons, he made over 500 first-team appearances for just four clubs – the majority at Hull and Cambridge United.
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Upon retiring from playing Ashbee pursued interests away from the game and spent time working in the luxury watch market.
In January 2015, he was persuaded to return to football by former team-mate Curtis Woodhouse to join him at Hull United AFC as his assistant manager.
Six months later he was elected in as the new chairman of the club with the goal of reaching the Conference North but he stepped down after a year as he was unable to commit to the time.
He then joined up with Woodhouse for a second time as his assistant manager at Bridlington Town but left due to work commitments
In 2018 he launched UK Oil Services, a company which provides quick and reliable fuel deliveries to businesses across the country. He currently works as managing director of the firm.
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Ian Ashbee: Premier League Statistics
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Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com