Paul Warhurst

Where is Paul Warhurst now?

Fondly remembered by Sheffield Wednesday fans for scoring 12 goals in 12 consecutive games, Paul Warhurst retired from his long playing career in 2007 after a spell at Northwich Victoria.

A versatile player that could play in defence, midfield or as a makeshift striker, he is often referred to as a journeyman footballer having played for 16 clubs during his career.

A Premier League winner in 1995 with Blackburn Rovers, Warhurst was unlucky to be on the losing side in both the FA Cup and League Cup finals in 1993 with Sheffield Wednesday.
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Having originally signed for Northwich Victoria as a player, Warhurst was given the caretaker manager’s job following the resignation of Neil Redfearn.

Despite being many people’s favourite to take over as permanent manager Warhurst quit the club before an appointment was made and has never returned to the coaching side of the game.

He now runs his own football consultancy company called PW Football Consultants.

He is also a director at Stone Mountain Management which is a boutique sports management agency that ‘manages and develops young and experienced footballing and managerial talent’.

Amongst the players that Warhurst has identified, developed and then managed are Callum McManaman, Ben Mee and Jon Walters.

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Paul Warhurst: Premier League Statistics

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Premier League Teams Played forBlackburn Rovers, Bolton Wanderers, Crystal Palace, Sheffield Wednesday,

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