Lee Andrew Hendrie – born 18 May 1977 – is a football commentator and pundit for Sky Sports.
He is a English former professional footballer who played as a midfielder.
Born in Birmingham, Hendrie started his career at Premier League club Aston Villa where he spent fourteen years. He also played for the England U21s and earned one full cap for England in 1998.
He has also played in Football League for Stoke City, Sheffield United, Leicester City, Derby County, Brighton & Hove Albion and Bradford City.
Following a spell in Indonesia with Bandung he became a journeyman in non-league football, playing for Daventry Town, Kidderminster Harriers, Chasetown, Redditch United, Tamworth, Corby Town, Highgate United and Basford United.
Lee is the son of Scottish former professional footballer Paul Hendrie. His younger brother, Stuart Hendrie, is also a footballer, who played alongside him at Daventry Town.
Hendrie is the cousin of another Scottish professional footballer, John Hendrie.
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