Where is Paul Telfer now?
After a 21-year playing career Paul Telfer retired from playing full-time in 2009 after a brief spell at Slough Town.
Making over 600 appearances for eight different clubs, Telfer won the Scottish Premier League twice and the Scottish League Cup with Celtic as well as a runners-up medal with Southampton.
He had a long association with Gordon Strachan with whom he played for at three clubs.
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In 2011 Telfer was appointed player/coach at conference side Sutton United and officially retired from playing completely in 2014.
In May 2014 he joined former Luton Town team-mate Juergen Sommer at North American Soccer League side Indy Eleven as assistant coach.
He left the club in June 2015 after the club’s owner felt that immediate changes were needed to impact the direction of the team on the field.
Telfer was working as director of coaching at his local youth club Carmel FC in Indiana in the United States but is now back in the UK.
In 2015 he narrowly missed out on the Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager’s job after reaching the final round of interviews.
Paul Telfer: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Coventry City, Southampton|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com