Where is Peter Beagrie now?
After a career which took in 10 clubs including Premier League spells with Everton and Manchester City, Peter Beagrie finally hung up his boots at the age of 40 after a spell playing in the lower leagues for Grimsby Town.
A tricky left-winger during his playing days he was renowned for his somersault celebration when he scored a goal.
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Upon retiring from playing, Beagrie went into broadcasting and worked extensively for Sky Sports as a pundit and analyst focusing on the lower English leagues as well as providing punditry for Norwegian TV channel TV2.
He also used to write a weekly blog for the Sky Sports website with the latest news about the 72 clubs that make up the football league.
In October 2015, Beagrie tragically lost his wife Lyn to cancer after a brave five-year battle.
Two years later he was convicted of assaulting his partner after a court heard that he had hit her and shouted that he would ‘rip her throat out’ in a drunken row over whether he would marry her.
He was ordered to pay prosecution and court costs of £710, given a 12 months community order and subsequently lost his job at Sky Sports when they terminated his contract.
In February 2018, Beagrie was spared a jail sentence when he admitted assaulting Miss Blake for a second time.
He was subsequently placed on probation for 18 months by city magistrates, ordered to do 80 hours of community work and made to attend a “building better relationships” course.
In August 2018, he avoided a conviction for attacking his girlfriend a third time after she refused to give evidence at his trial.
Check out this classic Peter Beagrie goal.
Peter Beagrie: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Bradford City, Everton, Manchester City|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com