Thursday, 2 February 2017

Chelsea Legend Lampard retires from football.

The ex chelsea footballer has retired from football.

Frank Lampard (OBE) began his career with West ham United in 1995,  he was loaned to Swansea that season, he returned to the Club in 1996.

He left West ham United for Chelsea for a fee around £11 million in june 2001.

He made his chelsea premier league debut against Newcastle United on the 19th of August in 2001.

In 2004 he came second in the FIFA footballer of the year award.

The England International won the Premier League, Champions League, Europa league, FA Cup and league Cup with Chelsea.

He is Chelsea's all time top scorer with 211 goals in 648 Appearances.

He left chelsea june 2014 after he was released by the Club.

He signed a two years contract with New york FC in the MLS only to be loaned to Manchester City by the club.

He returned to the MLS in 2015, that was the last club he played for before announcing his Retirement earlier today.

The England International didn't win any trophy with the English team, he scored 29 goals in 106 appearances for his country.

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