Check out “After leaving Darlington, David Wheater declared his retirement from football at the age of 36.” The center back, who has played for both Bolton and Middlesbrough, has said that taking a shower with David Beckham will go down as one of his career high points.
He was an inactive replacement in both of England’s games. Wheater wrote: “Think the time has come to hang up the boots in an Instagram post.
“I’d like to express my gratitude to Middlesbrough, Bolton, Darlington, and England for having me; I enjoyed playing for you very much. However, I won’t regale you with too many emotions; I’ll just give you the truth.
Every time I play football with my seven-year-old, I almost pull my thigh, and my body suffers. I also worry that if I go faster than jogging pace, my hamstring might pop.
“I pick up the kids’ toys off the floor and my back hurts, I have love handles and my tummy is growing, I’d rather have a great Chinese meal or a fry up than go to training, and a couple drinks take five days to get over,” the speaker said.
It’s been a wild trip, though; I’ve earned caps for England at every level and have made a few substitute appearances for the senior team.
As you may know, I’ve also had a shower with David Beckham and John Terry is one of my Instagram followers, so I’m delighted with my professional life.
Tanguy Ndombele, a disaster for Tottenham, is going on loan to Galatasaray.
The agreement contains a buy option. The Super Lig champions are also interested in making a permanent deal with defender Davinson Sanchez of Spurs.
Regarding the 27-year-old, the two teams are in negotiations, with the north London team looking to raise £13 million. Ndombele assisted Napoli in winning the Serie A championship while on loan to them the previous season.
Genoa and Inter Milan were interested in signing him back to Italy, but a deal fell through on the final day of the transfer window.
Sanchez, on the other hand, has slipped down the Spurs hierarchy, appearing in only one Premier League game thus far.
Boss Michael Reiziger has expressed disappointment in Ryan Gravenberch’s decision to stay at Liverpool rather than join the Netherlands Under-21 team.
After switching from Bayern Munich on deadline day, the Dutch midfielder wants to concentrate on adjusting to his new team.
Regarding the 21-year-old, Reiziger said, “I have told Gravenberch that I don’t like his option (to remain at Liverpool).”
“You do this from the bottom of your heart if you can join the national team. And you don’t begin to consider yourself.
When questioned about the impact of his choice on Gravenberch’s U21 future, Reiziger responded, “We will see. However, I’m looking for athletes that want to play with passion for their nation.