Tue 27 September 2022 | 18:43

Former Man City midfielder Fabian Delph retires from football aged 32

Former Manchester City midfielder Fabian Delph has announced his retirement from football aged 32.

Delph

left

Everton

last summer after his contract expired and was a free agent in recent weeks. He only played in 21 matches over the last two seasons due to injuries.

Delph started his career in Championship with Leeds and played in 204 Premier League matches for Everton, Manchester City, and Aston Villa and scored 19 goals during that time. He also played in 20 matches for England including three matches in the 2018 World Cup.

"So today I announce my retirement with nothing but happiness and gratitude for what this beautiful game has given me,"

Delph wrote.

"[A] massive shout out to my family, friends, players and staff from the amazing clubs I have been fortunate enough to represent as well as the support I have had from the fans.”

Delph played between 2015 to 2019 for

Manchester City

and won two Premier League titles. The 32-year-old spent three seasons at Goodison Park after signing for the club in 2019 and made 41 appearances in all competitions.

He also reached the FA Cup and EFL Cup finals with Villa. Delph played between 2009 to 2015 for Villa.

 


source: SportMob

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