Richard Eckersley was a once good midfielder in the Manchester United's academy.Howevwr his promising career dropped and started selling milk.
“Oldham had no money or hope, I was coming back from a wedding, we had a newborn baby and I told my wife I wanted to quit football,It was a relief, I had enough money to last six months or a year."
The former midfielder said that they used to go to training with the Manchester United super star Christiano Ronaldo.
“I’ve been thinking about Cristiano Ronaldo being back at United, the last time he was there I was there, I was training with him, and now I’m a dairyman and I sell oat milk.”
However the former midfielder said that he doesn't regretting quitting his promising career at the Manchester United since what he is earning well in his business.
“We’re producing 25,000 litres of milk per month in glass bottles, everything is reusable, and it’s a circular business model, we have 22 employees, and we want to be the largest milk distributor in the UK in the next five years,” He said.
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