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BENTLEY, Roy

Updated: 22-04-18

Captain of Chelsea when they won the League for the first time in 1955. Following his playing career, Bentley went on to manage Reading for five years from 1963 to 68 before spending three years in charge of Swansea, where he won promotion to the old Third Division. Remained in the Berkshire town until his death in April 2018. He lived to the ripe olsd age of 93.

BENTLEY, ROY

Updated: 22-04-18

Roy Bentley dead: Chelsea legend who led club to first ever trophy dies, aged 93

WARHURST, Paul

Updated: 21-04-18

Won the Premier League with Blackburn. Warhurst left the game in 2007. He was given the caretaker managers job at Northwich Victoria briefly, but left the club before the decision on the job was made. Lives in Disley and works as a Consultant for a football agency based in London.

HARTSON , JOHN

Updated: 21-04-18

Joined a bunch of other celebrities in 2018 to raise money for cancer charities by 'revealing all' in a stage version of the Full Monty. There was also a female version starring Coleen Nolan, Liberty X singer Michelle Heaton, actress Helen Lederer, TV actress Ruth Madoc and presenter Sarah-Jane Crawford. The shows stirred up some controversy when it became known that he stars were paid up to £10,000 each to appear.

BOLDER, Bob

Updated: 21-04-18

Goalkeeper. Was predominantly back up to Bruce Grobbelaar while at Liverpool but did become first choice for Charlton Athletic. He played for seven seasons at the Valley before injury forced him to retire from the game but he still works for the club's community scheme.

WARHURST, PAUL

Updated: 21-04-18

Used to play with Paul for a local grassroots team - Stockport junior blues - back in the 80’s there was much more of a connection with Man City and players would occasionally come and watch our games 👍. Quite a few players went on to play sport in one way or the other incl snooker (Nicky Dyson) who went on to play at a high level ! Great memories and nice to say I used to play in the same team as Paul !!

MCGLYNN, Gareth

Updated: 21-04-18

Former Derry winger McGlynn made his debut as a 17 year old and went on to make over 350 appearances for the club in three stints. Played in Australia and the United States before returning home to Ireland in 2016 when he set up a new business with his wife Ciara, who used to play for Derry ladies team. Niche SSP (Specialist Staffing Partners) helps US building firms find quantity surveyors. In 2018 this resulted in being nominated the title of Ireland's Best Young Entrepreneur and best start-up business in the Irish National Enterprise Awards. You can find out more about their company at nichessp.com

BOLDER, BOB

Updated: 21-04-18

Bob still plays regularly for the Liverpool Masters team and is a member of the PFA's legends team which has helped out a charity called Children Today. They run an outdoor multi-activity weekend - “We’re proud to support Children Today through events like this and help raise funds for children and young people with disabilities,” Bob said. You can find out more about Children Today at https://www.childrentoday.org.uk/

AGNEW , Paul

Updated: 20-04-18

Since retiring in 1999, Paul did his FA Coaching level 2 certificate as well as training in management of injuries and emergency first aid. He also qualified to coach disabled footballers. He also spent time coaching for Birmingham County FA, Adidas and Sutton College Football Academy. Since 2000 he has run saturday soccer classes for disabled children at Whittington FC. He was given the 2009 Staffordshire Coach of the year award.

AGNEW , PAUL

Updated: 20-04-18

He is a Teacher at Friary School.