The London news announces that the former West Ham United and England midfielder Scott Parker announced his retirement on Wednesday. This amazing man began his career at the Charlton Athletic before playing for Chelsea, Newcastle United, West Ham, Tottenham Hotspur, and Fulham in a career straddling two decades. He joined the West Ham in the year 2007.
Scott Parker is 36-year-old, he won the 2004-05 League Cup while with Chelsea and he was capped 18 times by England. He is the talented player and he was voted Football Writers “Player of the Year in 2011” during his spell at West Ham. He was also the member of the team who reached the quarter-finals at UEFA Euro 2012.
He played for his team as a midfielder in the twenty-year career spanning from 1997 to 2017. He would play 119 league games for Fulham in both the championship and the premier league before retiring. He is the man of England who represented England at every level from under 16 to senior level but makes his full debut in the year 2003. He is the man of the game who is well known as a tough tackling central midfielder.
Scott Parker statement which was released to the Sky Sports in that statement he said about his retirement that, “The decision to retire has not been an easy one for me but having thought long and hard over it. I believe that now is the right time to move on the next chapter in my life and career.”
He further added that “When I started my Career at Charlton Athletic all those years ago I could only have dreamt at that time just what was to follow over the next two decades. I feel incredibly honored and proud to have enjoyed the career that I have and I’ve loved every moment of it.”
Scott Parker made 31 appearances for the Fulham last season, with his last but outstanding and professional outing coming at the second-half substitute in their 2-1 victory at the Sheffield Wednesday on the final day of the championship season.