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Petr Cech says 👋 to football
The Czech goalkeeper, who has been playing in the Premier League for 15 years and has been a professional for 20 years, said he will leave football in the middle of the year. "It's my 20th season as a professional and it's been 20 years since I signed my first contract, so it seems like the right moment to announce that I'm going to retire at the end of the season," he started in his brief message he shared on twitter. "Having played 15 years in the Premier League and winning every possible trophy, I feel that I achieved everything I set out to do, I am going to continue working hard at Arsenal to win one more title this season and then I will see what life has in store for me. the fields, " Cech, born in 1982 in the Czech Republic when he was still Czechoslovakia, debuted in the Blsany of his country, and two years later was bought by Sparta Prague, where he was a season before moving to football in France, bought by the Stade Rennais. After two seasons in Ligue 1, Chelsea in 2004 became the most expensive goalkeeper in its history and until 2015 cut short for the Blues. In Stamford Bridge he won 15 titles: one Champions, one Europa League, four Premiers, four FA Cups, three League Cups and two Community Shields. With the arrival of Courtois at Chelsea, Cech lost ground and was transferred to Arsenal for 10 million pounds in June 2015. With the Gunners has won three titles: 2 Community Shield and FA Cup. In addition, with the Czech Republic shirt he played the U20 World Cup 2001 that was played in Argentina and the 2006 World Cup in Germany, and competed in four European Championships. Goodbye Legend!