Where is Paul Rideout now?
Former Everton legend Paul Rideout retired in 2002 after seeing out his career playing in the lower leagues with Tranmere Rovers.
Over a 22-year career, he featured for a number of clubs across the globe including spells in China, Scotland and the United States ending up making over 600 appearances and scoring over 150 goals.
He was also an FA Cup winner with Everton in 1995 having scored the winning goal in the final.
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Upon retiring from playing he made the move into coaching and joined former club Tranmere Rovers youth academy as a coach.
In 2007 he returned to former club Kansas City Wizards as head coach of their Juniors Youth Development Program before leaving in 2012.
He also spent time as head coach of Sporting Blue Valley under 15’s and under 17’s teams as well as assisting with the coaching at the University of Missouri Kansas City.
After a couple of years coaching in Phoenix, Arizona at Sereno Football Club he now works as head coach of the Boys ECNL (Elite Clubs National League) teams at Real Salt Lake Arizona.
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Paul Rideout: Premier League Statistics
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Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com