After retiring, Manchester City's current stars won't have to worry too much about how they'll pay the bills. However, for generations in the past, that wasn't the case - and for Paul Moulden (pictured here playing for Oldham), who was with the Blues for five years until 1989, it was a surprising change of direction. After hanging up his boots in 1999, the striker - who had broken records at youth level before joining City - moved into the fast food industry, opening Paul's Chippy. The Blue Moon Podcast's David Mooney went to sample his fish and chips.
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