Former Chelsea striker Demba Ba announces retirement from professional football
Former Chelsea striker, Demba Ba, has announced his retirement from professional football at the age of 36.
The striker who last played professional football for Swiss Super League club Lugano and picked up 22 caps for his home country Senegal and scored four goals at senior level made the announcement through his social media accounts.
In a post on Twitter, Ba wrote:
“It is with a heart filled with gratefulness that I announce the end of my playing career.
“What a wonderful journey it has been. Beside all the sweat and tears I have faced, football has given me so many beautiful emotions. From the passion of the fans and the noise coming from the stands after every goal to the connection with my teammates on and off the field , this will forever remain in my head and heart.
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“I wanna thank everyone I’ve crossed paths with and helped me grow, every club and manager for given me an opportunity, the fans for their tremendous support and my family and friends for their unconditional love.
“From the bottom of my heart THANK YOU. Praise be to the almighty.”
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