Former England captain Andrew Flintoff is so unconvinced with the quality of fish and chips shops in London that he is now planning to open his own.
The cricketer-turned boxer is in talks with TV producers about a new TV series, where he will run a takeaway with his wife Rachael Wools, the Daily Mail reported.
The move would be the latest in Flintoff's post-cricket career after he won his professional boxing debut in Manchester against American heavyweight Richard Dawson.
A source said that Flintoff would be front of house but his wife Rachael, who has a background in catering and events, would run the business.
Interestingly, Flintoff won't be the first English cricketer to start a fish and chip restaurant. Ex-England and Yorkshire cricketer Chris Old opened a fish and chip restaurant in Cornwall.
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