Neville Southall

Where is Neville Southall now?

One of the most iconic players to ever appear for Everton, Neville Southall finally retired at the age of 44 whilst playing for Dagenham and Redbridge in 2002.

Over his 22 year career he made over 700 appearances and won a number of trophies including the First Division title twice, the FA Cup twice and the European Cup Winner’s Cup during his time at Everton.

He was also the number one goalkeeper for the Wales national side and won 92 caps between 1982 and 1997.

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Whilst still an active player, Southall managed the Welsh national team for one match in 1999 and also gained coaching experience at teams such as Canvey Island, Molesley, Dover, Hastings and Margate United.

He also had a brief spell as coach of the Wales under 19 team.

Southall still maintains strong links with his former club Everton and has been coaching their goalkeepers through his links with the PG10 coaching academy

In May 2016, he was inducted into both the Welsh and English Sports Halls of Fame.

Southall is very active on social media and regularly gives up his Twitter page to people who need a platform to address the challenges they face.

He also works at an Ebbw Vale school’s pupil referral unit which gives education to children who have been excluded from mainstream schools.

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