Hero RETIRES From Football At The Age Of 34 After Going A Year Without A Club… With The Midfielder Having Also Featured For QPR And West Brom

Tottenham cult hero RETIRES from football at the age of 34 after going a year without a club… with the midfielder having also featured for QPR and West Brom

The player featured at White Hart Lane for four years between 2010 and 2014
The former Brazil international won 17 caps for his country during his career

Listen to the latest episode of Mail Sport’s podcast It’s All Kicking Off

Whilst this player pulled on jerseys of myriad different colours during his 15-year playing career, the white and navy blue of Tottenham Hotspur remained closest to his heart.

Chelsea transfer news: Juventus star Alex Sandro will cost Blues at least £52m | London Evening Standard | Evening Standard

The Brazilian was a regular starter for the side during his four years at White Hart Lane, and featured in a number of star-studded clashes that helped establish the midfielder as a cult hero at the ground.


So strong is his connection to the side, the player has even been spotted in the away end, mixing and mingling with fans, at later outings in Europe.



As well as Tottenham, this player also featured for Queens Park Rangers and West Bromwich Albion on English soil, after his 2010 move from Internacional in his native Brazil.


But who is the Spurs icon hanging up his boots after a storied playing career?

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.