Where is Ian Walker now?
Former Tottenham Hotspur keeper Ian Walker hung up his gloves in 2008 after after a two-year spell with Bolton Wanderers where he didn’t play a single game.
Coming through the ranks at White Hart Lane, he ended his career having made over 450 first-team appearances for five clubs with the vast majority played in the Premier League.
Highlights of his career were the League Cup win with Spurs in 1999 and winning four England caps in 1998.
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Upon retiring from playing Walker went into management and joined non-league side Bishops Stortford in 2011 but left by mutual consent after nine months following a seven-run losing streak.
In 2012 he joined former Bolton Wanderers team-mate Nicolas Anelka at Shanghai Shenhua as first-team goalkeeping coach but left the club after problems with his wages.
Staying in China, he then moved across the city to his current club Shanghai SIPG as goalkeeping coach where he has since brought through two keepers into the China national side.
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Ian Walker: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Leicester City, Tottenham Hotspur|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com