Former Norwich City defender Seb Bassong to perform DJ set at London bar

Sebastien Bassong si to DJ at a London bar. Picture Richard Blaxall/Focus Images Ltd +44 7853 364624

Sebastien Bassong si to DJ at a London bar. Picture Richard Blaxall/Focus Images Ltd +44 7853 364624 26/07/2016. - Credit: Richard Blaxall/Focus Images Ltd

Former Norwich City defender Seb Bassong has swapped the Carrow Road turf for the decks of a rooftop bar in London.

The 30-year-old central defender is one of the headline DJs for the Cactus on the Roof party at Angler Terrace in the Moorgate area of the capital this month.

The event is described as 'think Africa meets Ibiza' and tickets for the musical affair cost £30.

MORE: Seb Bassong pens farewell letter to Norwich City fansBassong was one of seven senior players who did not have their contracts renewed at the end of the season. Last month he penned a farewell letter to the club and fans in which he wrote he 'gave everything for our club' and 'I came from Spurs to reboost my professional career and what I've found in the end is a real family over here.'

Since leaving Norwich he was heavily linked with a move to Turkish club Bursaspor but he remains a free agent.

The former Newcastle and Tottenham defender was City's player-of-the-year, after an impressive debut season in 2012, but following the club's relegation from the Premier League was farmed out to Watford on-loan during Neil Adams' tenure.

Alex Neil offered Bassong a second chance and the Cameroon international was a key part of the squad that won Championship promotion at Wembley in 2015 before again falling out of favour. The defender made only 13 appearances in the past season, his last senior outing coming in March at Bristol City.

Other Norwich City players who have made drastic career changes

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Phil Mulryne - The former city midfielder is now a deacon in the Dominican Order after seven years of training. He was ordained by the Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin at St Saviour's church in north Dublin last year.

Leon McKenzie - He made 79 appearances during his time with the Canaries but he is now a professional boxer and has won eight of his 10 bouts.

Dion Dublin - Not happy with inventing new a percussion instrument called 'The Dube', the former Canary now spends his time presenting the daytime TV show Homes Under the Hammer.

Jon Newsome - After being forced to retire through injury in 2000 the former defender briefly worked as a scout for Grimsby Town before becoming the owner of a Sheffield-based car sales company, AutoMarques.

Terry Allcock - After 339 appearances for Norwich City the forward retired in 1969. After a brief coaching stint at Manchester City he became a partner in the family funeral business.

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