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Welcome to On-line Welsh Football. / Croeso i Pel-droed Cymru Ar-lein.

Welsh football players - where are they now.
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Howard Pritchard  11.11.2005 - 1 Wales Cap 1985 against Norway.

Howard now runs his own driving school and works at blackberry hill hospital , bristol as a van driver in the day.

Leighton James  24.05.2005

Leighton is currently spending his time playing cricket for the Gorseinon first XI, and is also groundsman for the cricket club. Does a lot for Welsh football with the BBC. His last involvement in senior football coaching came at Garden Village (Welsh League) where he helped guide them to the Division 2 title in 2001/2002 - OJ

Eric Young  30.01.2005

An accountant in Thames Ditton, Surrey. Been doing it for about 8 or 9 years now. - (Buster Exeter)

Ryan Green  26.11.2004

Capped twice under Bobby Gould against Tunisia and Malta, and was the youngest ever Welsh international at 17. Now playing in the conference for Hereford. - Gavin Davies

Barrie Hole  21.11.2004

y grandfather ans his brother both played for wales and swansea as brothers in the 50's barry also played for aston villa etc. - Tassie

Edward (Ted) John Parris  05.10.2004

He was the first black player to play for Wales. One Cap. Born in Chepstow. Died in the mid 1970's.- Caroline

Peter Nicholas 17.12.2003

Peter now manager of newport county after spells at swansea and barry,got his golden cap at the russia game- Simon

Jason Perry 09.12.2003

Manager of Pencoed football academy, works for the bridgend county bourough council and FAW as a development officer. - Ross
Alan Neilson 04.06.2003

I think he was at Newcastle for a while!? Still only about 30, now at Luton. - Owain
Len Weare 08.05.2003

former goalkeeper of Newport County during the 1950s/1960s - Christopher Miller
Malcolm Page 15.12.2002

former birmingham city player. 
danny slatter and andy williams 12.09.2002

was capped once under bobby gould i think...formerly of chelsea had a trial with cardiff city and dundee...

was capped under gould i think....formerly of southampton - Joe Lucas
David Giles 06.09.2002

Gileo, who is the only player to play for all the professional Welsh clubs is now playing for The Butchers Inn xi in Rhiwbina , Cardiff. He is also involved with media work offering excellent analysis on Welsh matches for TV and radio.He can also rattle off any Frank Sinatra tune you care to mention! Despite what Phil Dwyer might say he is definatley not a Jack......!
Andy Holden 24.07.2002

Andy played for Chester, Oldham Athletic. he is now currently doing an excellent job as Everton's reserve coach - Lee Williams

1 Full cap - 1 U-21 cap - He came on as sub for Colin Pascoe (Swansea City) in the 73 min of the Wales v Israel 10th June 1984.
Leigh Jenkinson 26.06.2002

Played for Hibs or Hearts - possibly both. (& St Johnstone???) Was a centre forward, I think - played against Brazil in Brazil about 4 or 5 years ago. Where the hell is he know? And why did a Welshman have such a Scottish career. - Jonathan Dearth (London)
Eric Young 21.06.2002

I believe Eric is now a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants - I'm pretty sure he was on the same course as me 4 or 5 years ago - Phil Quail - London (originally Swansea).
Clayton Blackmore 14.05.2004 - update

Clayton now plays in the league of wales, he plays for bangor city and is still in great form and gets 90 mins each match. Is now part of the Welsh u21 set up alongside Glyn Hodges.

Des Palmer 1957 14.05.2002

Played for Wales in 1957 and scored three goals against West Germany, living in Bridgend and playing golf at St Marys Bridgend.
I asked him today if he was going to see tonights game in Cardiff and he said that he would watch on tv.Don`t you think it would be a good idea to get all the old internationals together and invite them to see a game, I bet Mark Hughes would think it was a good thing.
Barry Horne

Barry is currently playing for Belper Town and is rumoured to be in line for the vacant managers job.
Paul Bodin

Paul is currently playing involved with the youth players of Swindon Town. Paul also plays for the Wales over 35's in the 6 a side annual tournament.
Dave Philips

Dave is currently playing involved with the youth players of Coventry City. Dave also plays for the Wales over 35's in the 6 a side annual tournament.
Neville Southall

player_info: Nev is currently the Manager of Conference side Dover Athletic. Nev is currently living in Deal.He also plays for the Wales over 35's in the 6 a side annual tournament.  -  Phil Nicholson - Whitstable
Jeremy Goss :- Last i think played for Hearts? - Tudur Lewis :- Llangybi

Goss was later at Kings Lynn after being at Hearts not sure if he was player coach or player Manager - Adam Jones - LLanrwst

Further to what already given Jess is now Asst commercial manager to Bryan Gunn at Norwich, as per N.C.prog of 30/03/02.
Ask Greaves - There is a website answering the question 'Where Are They Now?' - and it currently features more than 2,000 players.
Big Eric Young played for us in our last good spell of soccer in 1993/94. Whats he up to now? anybody know? - Rhys Jones Swansea

Eric was last seen playing for Egham Town - Ryman League 3rd Div in 1999/2000. Egham had a clear out last season, I did not see Eric's name mentioned in team lists at all last year. - Phil Nicholson - Whitstable

Steve Lovell - Although Steve announced his retirement after playing for Deal at Wembley in the 2000 F.a.Vase Final, Steve was tempted out of retirement and is now playing, and scoring regularly for Ashford Town in the Dr Marten League.

Phil Nicholson - Whitstable

Ryan Jones - ex Sheffield Wednesday - Last seen playing for Worksop Town in the UniBond League a few seasons ago. - The Seagull Colwyn Bay

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