Ian Rush

Where is Ian Rush now?

Arguably one of the top strikers in the English game during the 80’s and 90’s, Ian Rush finally called time on his career at the age of 39 after a brief spell playing in Australia.

After working as a part-time striker’s coach for Liverpool under Gerard Houllier in 2003, he was appointed manager of Chester City in August 2004.

Things didn’t go too badly at the start of his managerial career with Chester but Rush ended up resigning from the club in April 2005 after a fallout with the board.

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Since his coaching role at Chester, Rush has been involved in many different things including media work as a pundit and reporter for ESPN and Sky Sports.

In 2010 it was announced that Ian Rush had returned to Liverpool to work as the club’s new Soccer Schools Ambassador.

Rush released a book Rush: The Autobiography
in 2006 which you can purchase from Amazon.

He also works with the club’s commercial team to help develop and support partnerships with other global sponsors and brands.

Ian Rush also works for the Welsh Football Trust as Elite Performance Director.

In 2017, Rush was the ambassador for the UEFA Champions League Final which was hosted in Cardiff.

Follow Ian Rush on Twitter @Ian_Rush9

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Ian Rush: Premier League Statistics

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Premier League Teams Played forLeeds United, Liverpool, Newcastle United

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com