LONDON (Reuters) – Former England International Football Championship Joe Cole, who celebrated his 37th birthday last week, has decided to put an end to his career in football, he said Tuesday.
"After 20 years as a professional player, I have the time to put my footwear (sportswear) aside," he said. "After 20 years of professional gaming, I had the time to put my sneakers to canceled." My career was a dream that turned into reality. "
"For the next, I hope the next two decades are as unique as the last 20 years as a professional player.
Since 2016, Cole has protected Tampa Bay Ruddy in the second England experience since 2011 and a loan with Lill.
Cole first appeared with West Ham United, who joined him for eight years, and participated in 187 games, won 18 goals in two seasons (1998-2003 and 2013-2014).