Arjen Robben Retires From Active Football

AMSTERDAM: Dutchman Arjen Robben has pulled out of a football match. Robin, 37, made the announcement on social media. Robben made his debut for Dutch club FC Groningen and later wore the jerseys of modern football giants PSV Entovan, Chelsea, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich. He will eventually retire from professional football after returning to Groningen for the 2020-21 season.

Robben announced his retirement from Bayern Munich in 2019. However, that decision was reversed and he later signed a contract with Groningen. He returned to the club excitedly as a youngster, but was sidelined for only seven games this season due to injury. Following this, he announced his retirement again.

‘Dear friends, I have decided to retire from active football. It was a very difficult choice. Heartfelt thanks to everyone who supported ..! ‘ -About Robben.

The striker has scored 37 goals in 96 appearances for the Netherlands. PSV scored 17 goals in 56 games for Eindhoven and 15 goals in 67 games for Chelsea. Robben, who has netted 11 times in 50 appearances for Real Madrid, has been Bayern Munich ‘s leading scorer for 10 years since 2009. 99 goals for Bayern.

He has twice won the Premier League and League Cup with Chelsea. Real Madrid won the Lala League title in 2008. Along with Bayern, he went on to win eight Bundesliga titles and five German Cup victories. Despite reaching the 2010 Euro Cup final with the Dutch, the runners-up failed to win.

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