32 Sheffield Wednesday Stars With Surprising Jobs After Retirement

Don't be surprised if you see Des Walker at a motorway service station.
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32 Sheffield Wednesday Stars With Surprising Jobs After Retirement

32. Regi Blinker - Magazine publisher

31. Carl Bradshaw - Runs a bed and breakfast in Norwich

30. Dave Clements - Co-owns a candy floss vending machine business

29. Tony Coleman - Train driver in Australia

28. Tony Cunningham - Solicitor

27. Terry Curran - Hotel manager

26. Bobby Ferguson - Ran a scuba diving business

25. David Ford - Owns a plumbing and heating business

24. Tony Galvin - College lecturer

23. Peter Grummitt - Newsagent

22. Pat Heard - Stage hypnotist under the name ‘Patrick Stewart’

21. John Holsgrove - Worked in the library of the Ministry of Defence

20. Bobby Hope - Sandwich bar owner

19. Barry Horne - Chemistry and physics teacher

18. Klas Ingesson - Lumberjack

17. Brian Joicey - Car salesman for Honda

16. John Lowley - Owned a beauty therapy training school

15. Steve MacKenzie - Ran a web design company

14. Tom McAnearney - Postman

13. Andy McCulloch - Owns a soft furnishing cleaning company

12. Chris Morris - Runs family cornish pasty business

11. John Newsome - Owns a car sales company, AutoMarques

10. Scott Oakes - Courier driver

9. Gary Owen - Fine art dealer

8. Albert Quixall - Scrap metal dealer

7. John Ritchie - Ran business selling cups and saucers to hotels and restaurants

6. Wilf Rostron - Furniture importer

5. Roy Shiner - Builder

4. Carl Shutt - Travel agent at Thomas Cook

3. Ron Springett - Ran a decorating and gardening business

2. Des Walker - Lorry driver

1. Dennis Woodhead - Owned a sweet shop

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