Steve Froggatt

Where is Steve Froggatt now?

A promising Premier League career for Steve Froggatt was cut short in 2000 after a horrific injury whilst playing for Coventry City when he was just 27 years old.

Days before his career-ending injury, Froggatt had been called up to the senior England national side for the first time in his career.

After trying to regain fitness over the following year he was forced to retire from playing.

Despite the short career he still played for 10-years and was part of the Aston Villa side which were Premier League runners-up in 1993 and League Cup winners in 1994.
 
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Upon retiring from playing Froggatt joined BBC Radio West Midlands as an analyst and pundit

He has also worked for BBC London , Radio 5 Live and also bits for Aston Villa’s in-house television station.

Away from football, Froggatt spent time as a director of an environmental service firm but he still owns a land company with former footballer David Kelly and also works as a mortgage advisor in Solihull.

Froggatt publicly condemned his former club Coventry City in June 2017 after the club sacked long time kit man and operations manager Andy Harvey.

He went onto say that he wouldn’t step anywhere near the place until the owners SISU left the club.

Follow on Twitter @Froggy123Steve

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Steve Froggatt: Premier League Statistics

NationalityEnglish
PositionMidfielder
Appearances75
Goals4
Yellow Cards9
Red Cards0
Premier League Teams Played forAston Villa, Coventry City

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com