Where is Neil Adams now?
Former Premier League midfielder Neil Adams was forced to retire from playing in 2001 after a cruciate knee injury sustained during a second spell at Oldham Athletic.
Starting his professional career in 1986 with Stoke City, he played for four clubs over a 15 year period, winning the old First Division with Everton in 1987 as well as winning promotion to the newly-formed Premier League with Oldham in 1992.
After his playing days were over he joined BBC Radio Norfolk as a match pundit before joining former club Norwich City as an academy coach.
In April 2014 Adams was appointed first team manager at The Canaries following the departure of Chris Hughton but resigned from the role after just seven months.
After time spent assisting John Peacock managing the England under-17’s side in a tournament in Portugal he returned to Norwich City in his current role as player loans manager.
Neil Adams: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Norwich City, Oldham Athletic|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com