Former Liverpool and Stoke City midfielder. Charlie Adam has announced his retirement from football at the age of 36, ending his two-decade career as a coach.
Former Liverpool midfielder Charlie Adam has officially announced his retirement from football. On Wednesday, September 21 at the age of 36. After being in the football industry for almost 20 years. He revealed that it was the right time to quit playing and turn himself into a coach. This is a job that he is very passionate about.
Whiskey player He started his career with Rangers in his home league in 2003. Then moved to the English league with Blackpool, Liverpool, Stoke City, Reading before returning to play with Dundee. Love is the last team between the years 2020-2022 as for playing for Scotland national team He made 26 appearances to help his homeland between 2007-2015.
Adam posted a message on social media announcing his retirement, stating: “Now is the right time to announce his retirement as a player. I was lucky to play for some of the biggest clubs in the world. Since last night’s Champions League at Ibrox, Rangers have been promoted to the Premier League as Blackpool captain , donned Liverpool ‘s iconic club shirts and scored in front of the Kop for an incredible 8 season at Stoke. C City got my childhood favorite club promoted and played 26 games for Scotland , which is not bad at all.”
At the same time , Adam also revealed that it was time for him to step into a coach. It’s something I’ve felt incredibly passionate and enjoyable over the past few months. I would also like to thank my parents, family, Sophie, wife and children, as well as friends, for their support over the course of 20 years. past
It was previously reported that He has assisted West Ham United ‘s compatriot David Moyes during pre-season training at St Andrews and, more recently, with Bern’s U23s. Lee, to enhance his own experience. Before stepping up to take over the future of the UFABET club.