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Ex Chelsea-ass Steve Sidwell is selling Bentley to start the children's clothing store after retiring emotionally.

In the backyard of his Surrey villa, STEVE SIDWELL is juggling a knee-high soccer game, hanging as children's clothing on a horizontal bar behind him. For Sidwell, the only odd part is that only a few month after the fight to get up in the morning and clean his tooth, he throws a golf shot around without hurting himself.

Because Sidwell was compelled to take early retirement at the tender age of 35 this summers after ending his carrier by assisting Brighton to advance to the Premier League for the first that year. Following two back surgeries, a whiny evening with Mrs Krystell, the choice was made that his play would end and the next chapters would begin.

"I' m crazy about plates," says Sidwell as he sits in his dinning room listing recent work. Then there'?s the kids? clothing. "The idea was to set up a children's shop with clothing and importer programmes to design clothing.

But that'?s not something Sidwell just threw cash at: "My woman turned around and said: "Let's go buy the Bentley". "Sidwell says the funny thing was the name," and laughs. Krystell, who's been together for more than 20 years, saw Sidwell cry for the first of many. One more was needed and Sidwell died of the fact that he had to go into retirement.

"I' ve been working in rehabilitation and working so harder, but I' ve been bumping into a big stone all along," he says. Enjoying working with the press, the abrupt point in his play brings a jerky end to his everyday life. You can also have a managerial carreer.

Sidwell will continue to turn dishes for the time being - although he is not quite finished with soccer. "He says a bunch of my friend here are making football."

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