Paul Fletcher MBE
Former Professional Footballer, After Dinner Speaker, Presentation Night Host, Guest Apperances
Over the past decade, Paul Fletcher has become one of the most sought after speakers in the country.
Whether it be After Dinner, Corporate or Keynote, his special brand of sporting anecdotes, tasteful humour and corporate message, delivers every time.
His rise to fame started in 1993 when he was the main Guest Speaker at the prestigious PFA Awards Dinner at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London.
Along with other speaker Sir Bobby Charlton, Comedian/Impressionist Rory Bremner and guest-of-honour Eusebio, the event, attended by 1,250 Guests, was filmed live on Sky TV and seen all over the UK.
When Paul Fletcher joined Burnley Football Club in 1970 he became on of the country's most expensive players. During the next ten years he made over 400 appearances, mostly in the old First Division now named The Premier League.
After gaining four England u23 International caps he was selected in Don Revie's England squad, but a serious knee injury put paid to a full England call up. A second serious leg injury forced early retirement at the age of 32.
Following a sixteen-year career as a professional footballer he has now become one of Europe's leading Stadium experts. And joined a rare breed of ex professional players to successfully make the transition from 'teamsheet to balancesheet'.
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