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Jack Wilshere announces his retirement

Jack Wilshere confirmed his departure from professional football. The midfielder shared some heartfelt words of thanks to everyone who shared the journey of being a footballer with him. The letter was dedicated to those who were with him on or off the pitch. The former Arsenal player hung up his boots with only 30 years of age.

The British took advantage of his official Twitter account to leave a letter of thanks for all those involved in this adventure that he described as “incredible”.

“It has been an unimaginable journey with many incredible moments. I feel privileged to have experienced everything that I experienced during my career. From being that little boy kicking a ball to becoming captain of Arsenal and playing a World Cup with my country”, can be read in the first part of Jack’s farewell.

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The first ones he thanked were His parents (Kerry and Andy), his brother (tom) and his sister (Rosie), since they were an important piece so that he could debut as a professional.

“First I want to thank my mom Kerry, my dad Andy, brother Tom and sister Rosie. Without the sacrifice, love and unconditional support of all when I was a child none of this would have been possible (…) Thank you for everything from the bottom of my heart. I will never forget everything they did to help me fulfill my dream,” said the former Arsenal captain.

At the end of his letter, after reviewing many of his coaches and teammates throughout his career, Wilshere dedicated a special space to his wife, AndrianiMichael, since his love and support were essential throughout his career. In good and bad. “In the dark times you were always the reason I got out of bed and moved on.”

His career

Wilshere debuted with the Arsenal in the 2008 season. Throughout his career he wore the shirts of Bolton, Bournemont, West Ham and Aarhus, the latter being the one that gave him the opportunity to play the last minutes in a professional field and the only one where he played outside of England.

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Throughout his career he played more than 200 games, 20 goals and 43 assists at club level. Among the most important competitions are the Champions League and the Premier League. With the England team he played 34 games, with 2014 being his best moment when he played two games at the World Cup in Brazil.

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