Lee Hendrie

Where is Lee Hendrie now?

Lee Hendrie was a fabulously gifted footballer who retired from playing in 2013 after a spell in Indonesia and also in non league football with Tamworth and Corby Town.

Hendrie was unfortunate to lose his entire fortune after the property crash which led to depression and an attempt to take his own life. Lee Hendrie was announced bankrupt in 2012.

Since then Hendrie has been heavily involved with charity work and visiting schools talking about his playing career.

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Lee Hendrie is now a director of FootieBugs which is a professional football activity and child development programme for children from three to eleven years.

Hendrie also owns and operates his own academy which offers 16-18 year-olds the chance of developing football skills and the chance to get back into pro and semi pro clubs. www.leehendrieacademy.com

In June 2016, Hendrie along with three friends formed their own football club called Montpellier FC who compete in the Midland League.

Hendrie is the president of the club and will also play some games.

The club will also be a pathway for young players within Lee Hendrie’s academy to men’s football.

Hendrie was a member of the successful PlayOn soccer sevens side that won the Masters plate at the 2017 Hong Kong Masters.

In July 2017 Hendrie will be representing England in Star Sixes, a new six-a-side indoor international tournament at the O2 in London featuring some of the world’s most iconic footballers.

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Lee Hendrie: Premier League Statistics

Yellow Cards49
Red Cards4
Premier League Teams Played forAston Villa

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com