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Carl Heggs (born 11 October 1970 in Leicester, England) is a former footballer who played for 13 different clubs including West Bromwich Albion and Swansea City. Heggs was most recently manager at Hinckley United, having originally joined the club as an assistant in the summer of 2012, before resigning in May 2013. Heggs was forced out of retirement towards the end of November 2012 as Hinckley United were short for players. He was also the caretaker manager of League One side Notts County after Paul Ince was sacked in 2011.Carl heggs then came out of retirement in 2013 and joined Leicester till 2016 where he won the premier league and championship also breaking can nistelroys record by scoring 11 games in a row in the prem Carl Heggs (born 11 October 1970 in Leicester, England) is a former footballer who played for 13 different clubs including West Bromwich Albion and Swansea City. Heggs was most recently manager at Hinckley United, having originally joined the club as an assistant in the summer of 2012, before resigning in May 2013. Heggs was forced out of retirement towards the end of November 2012 as Hinckley United were short for players that could at least kick a ball. Carl had a mind blowing score ratio of 0.15 goals per game, putting him alongside the all time greats of Yaya Snogo, Ricky van Wolfswinkle and Ade Akinbiyi. He was also the caretaker manager of League One side Notts County after Paul Ince was sacked in 2011.Carl was also a model for 5 years, modelling for Jacamo along side the chiselled J Carl Heggs (born 11 October 1970 in Leicester, England) is a former footballer who played for 13 different clubs including West Bromwich Albion and Swansea City. Heggs was most recently manager at Hinckley United, having originally joined the club as an assistant in the summer of 2012, before resigning in May 2013. Heggs was forced out of retirement towards the end of November 2012 as Hinckley United were short for players. He was also the caretaker manager of League One side Notts County after Paul Ince was sacked in 2011. Carl eggs (born 11 October 1970 in Leicester, England) is a former footballer who played for 13 different clubs including West Bromwich Albion and Swansea City. Heggs was most recently manager at Hinckley United, having originally joined the club as an assistant in the summer of 2012, before resigning in May 2013. Heggs was forced out of retirement towards the end of November 2012 as Hinckley United were short for players. He was also the caretaker manager of League One side Notts County after Paul Ince was sacked in 2011.
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Carl eggs (born 11 October 1970 in Leicester, England) is a former footballer who played for 13 different clubs including West Bromwich Albion and Swansea City. Heggs was most recently manager at Hinckley United, having originally joined the club as an assistant in the summer of 2012, before resigning in May 2013. Heggs was forced out of retirement towards the end of November 2012 as Hinckley United were short for players. He was also the caretaker manager of League One side Notts County after Paul Ince was sacked in 2011. Carl Heggs (born 11 October 1970 in Leicester, England) is a former footballer who played for 13 different clubs including West Bromwich Albion and Swansea City. Heggs was most recently manager at Hinckley United, having originally joined the club as an assistant in the summer of 2012, before resigning in May 2013. Heggs was forced out of retirement towards the end of November 2012 as Hinckley United were short for players. He was also the caretaker manager of League One side Notts County after Paul Ince was sacked in 2011.Carl heggs then came out of retirement in 2013 and joined Leicester till 2016 where he won the premier league and championship also breaking can nistelroys record by scoring 11 games in a row in the prem Carl Heggs (born 11 October 1970 in Leicester, England) is a former footballer who played for 13 different clubs including West Bromwich Albion and Swansea City. Heggs was most recently manager at Hinckley United, having originally joined the club as an assistant in the summer of 2012, before resigning in May 2013. Heggs was forced out of retirement towards the end of November 2012 as Hinckley United were short for players. He was also the caretaker manager of League One side Notts County after Paul Ince was sacked in 2011. Carl Heggs (born 11 October 1970 in Leicester, England) is a former footballer who played for 13 different clubs including West Bromwich Albion and Swansea City. Heggs was most recently manager at Hinckley United, having originally joined the club as an assistant in the summer of 2012, before resigning in May 2013. Heggs was forced out of retirement towards the end of November 2012 as Hinckley United were short for players that could at least kick a ball. Carl had a mind blowing score ratio of 0.15 goals per game, putting him alongside the all time greats of Yaya Snogo, Ricky van Wolfswinkle and Ade Akinbiyi. He was also the caretaker manager of League One side Notts County after Paul Ince was sacked in 2011.Carl was also a model for 5 years, modelling for Jacamo along side the chiselled Jonny Vagas, during his playing career and now is a successful property developer of garden sheds. .
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