Former England defender Sol Campbell announce his retirement from football on Wednesday.
37 year old Sol Campbell ,who made 646 appearances for five different clubs between 1992 and 2011, announced his retirement from all forms of competitive and professional football.
He played 73 times for England and took part in three World Cups and three European Championships.
He debuted for Tottenham Hotspur when he was 18 years old and went on to become the captain of the club. In 2001, he joined Arsenal on a free transfer and won two league titles and two FA Cups, and scored in the 2006 Champions League final, which Arsenal lost to Barcelona.
Best known as a centre-back with Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal, Campbell also played for Portsmouth and, more recently, Newcastle.He was released by Newcastle at the end of last season,and have been dodged by injuries ever since,and making him unavailable to secure a deal with other clubs.
Campbell represented England 73 times and was one of England’s best known central defender.