The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE TWO -

14. Alan Oakes: A mid­fielder who twice man­aged Ch­ester City. Then served Port Vale as re­serve team boss, coach and youth team coach. Is now re­tired. 15. Andy Shank­land: A for­ward who bought a win­dow clean­ing busi­ness af­ter hang­ing up his boots. Un­for­tu­nately, an ac­ci­dent saw him have a part of his leg am­pu­tated. 16. Paul Maguire: A mid­fielder who was a cult hero at arch-ri­vals Stoke City. Now lives in Crewe and works as a sales rep. 17. Ge­off Hunter: A mid­fielder who won two pro­mo­tions with Port Vale. Re­turned to his na­tive Hull where he has worked as a sales rep. 18. John Rudge: Af­ter spend­ing 16 years in the Vale Park hot-seat, he was sacked in Jan­uary 1999. Was later ap­pointed di­rec­tor of football at Stoke City, stay­ing un­til May 2013. 19. Jeff John­son: A mid­fielder who set­tled in Manch­ester. Has been driv­ing a taxi around the city for a liv­ing for many years. 20. Chris Banks: A de­fender who worked as a tiler and post­man be­fore gain­ing a de­gree in phys­io­ther­apy from Sal­ford Univer­sity. Is now Stoke City’s physio. 21. Wayne Ebanks: The right­back joined Stafford­shire Police af­ter hang­ing up his boots. QPR de­fender Clint Hill is adamant he has an­other sea­son left in him.

Since ar­riv­ing at Lof­tus Road on a free trans­fer in 2010, Hill has made al­most 200 ap­pear­ances in a QPR shirt.

The 37-year-old’s con­tract is up at the end of the sea­son, but Hill in­sists he has plenty more to give.

“I def­i­nitely still think I have a bit left to of­fer as a player,” he said.

“I’m feel­ing as good as I ever have, so I can def­i­nitely go on for an­other year.

“I’m con­fi­dent I can do a job at this level, I think I have more than proved that over the years.”

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