Where is Rob Hulse now?
Former Sheffield United striker Rob Hulse retired from playing in 2013 after three years at Queens Park Rangers.
In a career mostly played out in the second-tier of English football, Hulse won promotion to the Premier League with both West Bromwich Albion and Sheffield United.
It was during his time at Bramall Lane where he enjoyed the most Premier League success, scoring 8 goals in 29 league games before suffering a horrific injury in March 2007.
The injury ruled him out for the rest of the season and his absence was a major reason why his side was relegated on the last day of the season.
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Upon retiring from playing, Hulse started studying for a physiotherapy degree at the University of Salford graduating in August 2017 with first class honours and he earned the highest mark out of everyone on the course.
The degree which was partially funded by the PFA led to a position as a rotational physiotherapist at Russell Hall’s Hospital in Dudley.
After spending four months working on rotation and now works as a full-time physiotherapist.
Hulse chose a career in the NHS over offers to work in a football club’s medical department and admits that he rarely watches any football any more.
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Rob Hulse: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Sheffield United, QPR, West Bromwich Albion|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com