Tony Dorigo

Where is Tony Dorigo now?

Former Chelsea and Leeds United player Tony Dorigo retired from the game at the age of 35 in 2001 after a couple of seasons at Stoke City.

Playing for 18 years he made over 600 appearances for six clubs including a spell playing for Torino in the 1997-98 season.

Despite having no English parentage, he represented the England national side on 15 occasions and was included in the 1988 UEFA European Championships and 1990 FIFA World Cup squads.
 
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Since retiring from playing Dorigo has been working as a pundit and commentator for TV channels such as ESPN, BT Sport, Al Jazeera and beIN Sports.

He also spent three years working as a pundit and co-commentator for Absolute Radio’s popular ‘Rock and Roll Football’ show.

Away from his broadcasting work he has been involved in a variety of business interests and ambassadorial roles including a company that works with independent and international schools in China and India, a football commercial consultancy and a body cryotherapy company.

He also spent seven years working as business development director for his wife’s skin care distribution company Skin Matrix Ltd.

When he is not commentating he works as a club ambassador for Leeds United and can often be seen within their hospitality suites.

Follow on Twitter @tonydorigo

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Tony Dorigo: Premier League Statistics

NationalityEnglish
PositionDefender
Appearances174
Goals3
Yellow Cards15
Red Cards0
Premier League Teams Played forDerby County, Leeds United

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com