The Top TEN Flexible Footballers…well career wise

Sickening, isn’t it? You dream and push yourself as a child, hoping to be good enough to maybe once pull on the colours of your favourite team, and walk out in front of a packed house. Then, at age nine, you see your Scout team lose 9-1, and you realise that you are never going to reach that elite level.

Think then, just how incredible it is to be good enough to compete in two sports at a high level, and finding such people is not at all easy (as I have found out!) Whether it is giving up a football career to chase another dream, or using another outlet to pursue that winning feeling, I present to you ten players to have lived the dream.

This group of talented individuals have been able supplement (mostly) successful careers with appearances in a variety of different other sporting environments. From an Olympic gold medalist to a Norwegian chess champion, from an international poker star to a BBC breakfast host, these ten players have been able to enjoy two tastes of sport at the highest level. Don’t hate them too much.

Click on Teddy below to see the footballers and their secondary careers


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