Gary Cahill retires from football. In a statement on Twitter, the central defender announced his retirement from professional football.
Cahill addresses his followers with emotional words:
“I have achieved things I used to dream of and created incredible memories. From great events like the Champions League and Premier League titles, to the privilege of captaining my country and the team that managed to win the FA Cup. I had the time to weigh my options and after careful consideration and consideration, “Now I feel like moving on to the next chapter of my career. Football will always be a part of my identity and what I love. It’s just the end of this chapter. For me, it’s important to look forward, not backward. A new chapter has begun in my life.”
Seven years with the Blues.
The 36-year-old started his career at Aston Villa and Bolton Wanderers, where he became a fixture at Chelsea. The Briton spent seven years winning the title at Stamford Bridge, making 191 appearances for the Blues. In addition, he managed to win the Champions League title in the “Dham Final” against Bayern Munich and twice the English Premier League title with the Londoners.
In 2021, the former defense minister left his heartland club for Crystal Palace, followed in the summer of 2022 by advancing to the Championship in Bournemouth.
Cahill made 61 appearances for England. The English defender participated in EM 2016, as well as the World Cup finals in 2014 and 2018.
– Gary Cahill (@GaryJCahill) November 16, 2022
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