Where is Rod Wallace now?
Best known for his time at Leeds United during the 1990’s, Rodney Wallace hung up his boots in 2004 after a couple of seasons with Gillingham.
A prolific striker at every club he played for he ended his career having made over 500 first-team appearances and scoring nearly 200 goals.
He also won Championships in both England and Scotland winning the old First Division title with Leeds and the Scottish Premier League on two occasions with Rangers.
Since retiring from playing Wallace has had spells coaching the Kingstonian under 18’s side as well as Epson & Ewell and Molesey but other than that not much is known about what he is currently up to.
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Rod Wallace: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Leeds United, Bolton Wanderers|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com