Where is Ugo Ehiogu now?
Premier League legend Ugo Ehiogu retired from playing professionally in 2009 after his contract was terminated by Sheffield United in a bid to cut costs.
In 2012 Ehiogu made a brief playing comeback with Wembley FC as part of their well publicised FA Cup run attempt. He only played one game after they got knocked out in the preliminary rounds.
In April 2013 Ugo Ehiogu joined up with the England under 20’s coaching set up for that year’s Under 20 World Cup Finals.
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Whilst studying for his UEFA coaching licence, Ehiogu was invited to work with the youth teams at Tottenham Hotspur as assistant coach of their academy under 16’s team.
In July 2014 Ugo Ehiogu was promoted to coach of the Tottenham Hotspur under 21’s side and in 2015 he completed his UEFA A coaching badges.
Ehiogu, along with two other investors also had an interest in record label “Dirty Hit” which has many promising musicians including The 1975.
On the 20th April 2017, Ehiogu collapsed suddenly at the Tottenham Hotspur training ground after suffering a cardiac arrest and tragically died in the early hours the following day.
Ehiogu was only 44 years of age when he died.
Following the sacking of Harry Redknapp from Birmingham City in September 2017, online bookmakers Paddy Power mistakenly offered odds of 66-1 for Ehiogu to take over as the new manager.
The company later apologised for the error pointing out that it was a genuine mistake.
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Ugo Ehiogu’s Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Aston Villa, Middlesbrough|
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