Former Chelsea defender Gary Cahill has announced his retirement.
Gary Cahill, former Chelsea and England defender Announcing his retirement from professional football at the age of 36
The highly experienced defensive line has not affiliat since the contract with Bournemouth expired last season. Before deciding to stop playing professional football Which he started with Aston Villa at youth level He made his first team debut in 2004, before continuing to develop at Bolton, Chelsea, Crystal Palace and Bournemouth. At his best, winning eight titles over seven years, he won every trophy in England, including the UEFA Champions League, Europa League and FIFA Club World Cup. Total61 Once in a period of 8 years through playing in 2 World Cups in 2014 and 2018
“In each success I dream of having incredible memories to have. Football is a game that has given me so much in terms of happiness, success and my decision to retire from football. I can tell myself that I’ve put everything into it. Winning the Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup with Chelsea and captaining the England national team is an honor. to be with me forever.”
“It’s not easy choosing to stop playing professional football. It took me almost 20 years to leave the house for soccer practice. Work as hard as possible to be ready to select for the starting line-up. and make yourself and your team successful I took a lot of time to evaluate before deciding it was time to move on to the next chapter in my life.”