Many former UK footballers in jail after end of career

Footballer Michael Kinsella was sentenced to 7 years for drug-dealing after his career ended. He got a degree while he was in jail and now helps young footballers to avoid the mistakes he made through an organisation called ONSIDE (Photo: TheSoccerEssentials.com)

Footballer Michael Kinsella was sentenced to 7 years for drug-dealing after his career ended. He got a degree while he was in jail and now helps young footballers to avoid the mistakes he made through an organisation called ONSIDE (Image: TheSoccerEssentials.com)

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