& # 39; Winning the Europa League seems to be an appropriate way to end what has been a great journey for me & # 39 ;: former England goalkeeper Robert Green is recalling the end of the 23-year career lifting the trophy with Chelsea in Baku
- The 39-year-old had been on Stamford Bridge for years but did not play a match
- He was in Baku for the final victory of 4-1 Europa League over Arsenal
- Green started his career at Norwich and played for West Ham, Leeds and QPR
Robert Green, a former goalkeeper from England, has announced he will stop playing football.
The 39-year-old had been on Stamford Bridge for a year but did not show up, although he was in Baku for the final win of Wednesday 4-1 Europa League over Arsenal.
Green started his career with Norwich and played for West Ham, Leeds and QPR while also doing 12 appearances for England.
Robert Green has announced that he will stop playing football after the cancellation of the Europa League
The 39-year-old (L) made 12 performances for England during a career of 23 years
Green started his career with Norwich and played for West Ham (top), Leeds and QPR
He said in a statement: & # 39; After an incredible evening in Baku on Wednesday and after a 23-year career of three decades, I have decided that it is now the right time to announce my retirement from professional football.
& # 39; Being part of the group and celebrations with such special team players after winning the Europa League seems an appropriate way to end a great journey for me in the game. & # 39;
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