Sheffield United: Where are they now? This is what happened to the 16 players - and manager - involved when the Blades last did the double over Sheffield Wednesday in the Steel City Derby

It's been 13 years since Sheffield United sealed their last derby double over Sheffield Wednesday, with a memorable 2-1 victory at Hillsborough.

Wednesday, 27th February 2019, 14:07 pm
Updated Wednesday, 27th February 2019, 14:22 pm
Michael Tonge celebrates his stunning free-kick against Wednesday in 2006

But what happened to the 16 players - and the manager - who were in the squad that day? We take a look at where they are now.

The goalkeeper admits he has a bigger affinity with United than any other club he played for in his career. Last seen playing lots of golf since retiring
Played for United in the Premier League and later hung up his boots to concentrate on coaching, taking a job in the academy of another former club, Derby County
Led United into the Premier League and had a dabble at coaching following retirement, twice taking charge of United on a caretaker basis. He now works for a football agency covering South Yorkshire

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Made his debut in the derby against Wednesday and later returned for a second spell. Left United to sign for Tampa Bay Rowdies in Florida and is now their manager
Moved to Reading after leaving United and was forced to retire after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in December 2009
The ten-cap Barbados international helped United win promotion following his move from Millwall and set up the Paul Ifill Football Academy in New Zealand
The midfielder made almost 400 appearances for United before leaving to join Central Coast Mariners in Australia. He was later promoted to assistant manager
Now 36, Jagielka won 40 caps for England after leaving United for Everton and later captained the Toffees in the Premier League. Still a member of Marco Silva's squad at Goodison Park
At 35, Tonge is still playing for Port Vale in League Two and played enough games last season to have his contract extended by another year. Fondly remembered for this goal and celebration
Another player fondly remembered for a goal at Hillsborough, Akinbiyi describes himself as a football consultant/coach and also oversees projects in Africa
After retirement, Dyer and wife Janine set up 'Love Life, an initiative which involves visiting schools offering Christian advice, sports coaching and teaching of general life skills
A player who won over the United fans despite his past associations with Wednesday, Geary is now United's U18s coach and is highly rated in the United set-up
A veteran of the top-flight with Manchester City and Blackburn, Flitcroft made just a handful of appearances for United before going on to manage Leigh Genesis and Chorley, who he guided to two promotions
Retired from football to pursue business interests and hit the headlines recently when he put a homeless man up in a B&B for a weekend. Operates a foundation in his name
The Sheffield-born Blades fan arrived at United from Blackpool and left after they won promotion. He retired in 2016 before reversing that decision and playing for Matlock Town and Handsworth Parramore
Another Blade who turned to the world of football agency after hanging up his boots following spells at Crystal Palace, United and Watford amongst others
Still going in his 70th year, Warnock is in charge of Cardiff in the Premier League after leading the Bluebirds to promotion last season