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How ex-Man Utd and Aston Villa youth players turned pro football snub into £8m revenue

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It's at this time of year, the end of the football season, when countless young players up and down the country are told that their dream of becoming a professional footballer won't turn into reality.

Wren, a goalkeeper, spent time in Manchester United 's famous youth setup as a teenager, while midfielder Dyer was at Aston Villa until he was 18.

The duo founded Freetrain, a sports apparel brand that's made waves in the training world over the past few years thanks to their trademark running vest, purpose built for handily holding a mobile phone.

But if they're anything like sporting entrepreneurs James Wren and Jack Dyer, they've still got a bright future ahead of them.

The pair began their business adventure together in 2015 upon realising that full-time football wasn't an option.

We kind of parted ways there and went to a few different football clubs," Wren, 28, exclusively told Mirror Football .

The two crossed paths at Burton Albion more than a decade ago and a friendship was forged during journeys up and down the A38.
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