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Dutch great Robben announces retirement

Dutch great Robben announces retirement

THE HAGUE, Prague: Dutch winger Arjen Robben announced on Thursday he is ending his playing career at the age of 35 after a 10-year spell with German giants Bayern Munich. “It is without a doubt the most difficult decision I have had to make in my career, my heart says yes, my body says no,” Robben told the Telegraaf.

His contract at Bayern had expired on June 30. Robben played 96 international matches for the Netherlands, scoring 37 goals, and starred in the team which reached the 2010 World Cup final and finished third four years later.

He won two Premier League titles under Jose Mourinho at Chelsea in 2005 and 2006, before claiming a La Liga winner’s medal with Real Madrid. But Robben will be best remembered for his time at Bayern. He helped the Bavarians to eight Bundesliga crowns, five German Cups and the 2013 Champions League title, scoring 144 goals in 309 appearances. There had been speculation Robben would continue playing, with a possible return to England mooted, but instead he has decided to hang up his boots.

Article source: https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/493849-dutch-great-robben-announces-retirement

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