The former England and Manchester United player becomes a “postman”

A former Manchester United and England star spoke about his life after retiring from football and hanging up his shoes, explaining that he now works as a “postman” and earns 220 pounds a week.

Midfielder Neil Webb, now 59, spent four seasons at Old Trafford between 1989 and 1992, winning the Premier League, FA Cup and League Cup twice as well as the European Super Cup.

He also made 28 appearances for the Three Lions and was part of the team that reached the semi-finals of the 1990 World Cup.

Webb is one of the few footballers to have played under the able managers Sir Alex Ferguson and Brian Clough.

After retiring from football at the beginning of the current millennium, Webb decided to work as a postman, with a salary of 220 pounds a week.

He added: You will not see any footballer from the past ten years doing that after he retires.

And he concluded: Given the astronomical wages they are getting now, I very much doubt that in the future I will see any Manchester United player delivering your messages.

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