Where is Jason Roberts now?
After a 17-year career playing at the top level, Jason Roberts had to retire in 2014 whilst playing for Reading because of a recurring hip injury.
Playing over 500 first-team games, Roberts in every league from the Conference to the Premier League winning the Championship title with Reading in 2012.
He also represented the Grenada national team on 10 occasions however this could have been a lot more had he not experienced availability issues because he played in England.
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Upon retiring from playing Roberts set up his own foundation, offering grassroots projects across London and the South West of England as well as developing sporting and personal development programmes in Grenada.
He has also passed exams in corporate governance and is also a member of the Professional Footballers’ Association management committee.
In 2017, the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) appointed Roberts as their Director of Development.
Roberts has also worked extensively in the media mainly with the BBC as a regular contributor to their Final Score programme and on their 606 radio show.
He is also a highly sought after motivational speaker. You can book his services through his website.
Follow on Twitter @jasonroberts30
Jason Roberts: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Blackburn Rovers, Reading, Portsmouth, Wigan Athletic, West Bromwich Albion|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com