Where is Matt Holland now?
One of Charlton Athletic’s longest-serving Premier League players, Matt Holland retired from playing after being released by the club in 2009.
Very rarely injured, Holland played 223 consecutive games during his time at Ipswich Town and went onto make 650 first-team appearances over a 17 year career.
Although born in England he qualified to play for the Republic of Ireland national side through his grandmother winning 49 caps and representing them at the 2002 FIFA World Cup finals.
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Upon retiring from playing he went straight into a career within the media as a commentator, presenter and pundit in both television and radio.
He appears frequently on the BBC, Sky Sports, RTE and Setanta Sport but he is mostly heard on talkSPORT as a pundit and co-commentator.
Holland is also a patron for Inspire Suffolk which is a charity that aims to inspire young people through sport, education & good health.
Follow on Twitter @mattholland8
Matt Holland: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Charlton Athletic, Ipswich Town|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com