Where is Tore Andre Flo now?
An integral part of Chelsea’s strikeforce in the late 1990’s, Tore Andre Flo retired from the game in 2012 after returning to Norway to play for Sogndal.
He originally retired in 2009 after a spell at League One side MK Dons but made a comeback with newly-promoted Sogndal for a season before retiring for good.
Making in excess of 500 appearances over a 19-year career, Flo won a string of trophies including the Tippeligaen (Norwegian Premier League), the FA Cup, the League Cup and the UEFA Cup Winner’s Cup.
He was also an important part of the Norway international side winning 76 caps, scoring 23 goals and representing them in the 1998 FIFA World Cup finals.
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Upon retiring from playing, Flo moved into coaching and for a few years ran his own academy.
He then returned to former side Chelsea in a full-time coaching role at their Cobham academy working with the club’s under 14’s team whilst completing his UEFA coaching badges.
Flo still works at the club as an ambassador and technical coach for their loan players.
Tore Andre Flo: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Chelsea, Sunderland|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com