Where is Stan Collymore now?
Prolific at every club he played for, former Premier League striker Stan Collymore retired from playing in 2001 after a brief spell playing in Spain for Real Oviedo.
Retiring at just 30-years-old, he played professionally for just over 10 years making 252 league appearances and scoring 99 goals.
He also represented the England national side on three occasions between 1995 and 1997 but was unable to claim a regular spot because of the abundance of English attacking talent at the time.
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Upon retiring from playing Collymore went into sports broadcasting and presented his own radio show called “Call Collymore” on talkSPORT for eight years until July 2016.
During his time at the station he was awarded the Radio Sport Documentary award for talkSPORT’s Kick Off Mental Health which was a programme about dealing with mental health issues among leading sports people.
Alongside his radio work he has apperared on various sports channels as a pundit and he also writes a column every Monday in the Daily Mirror.
In February 2015 Collymore was dropped by BT Sport after he demanded that they should stop coverage of Rangers games until their fans ceased their sectarian singing.
He released his autobiography in 2011 called Tacking My Demons
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Stan Collymore: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Aston Villa, Bradford City, Leicester City, Liverpool, Nottingham Forest|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com