English international, Jack Wilshere, has announced his retirement from professional football at the age of 30.
The former Arsenal player made the announcement in a statement on Friday, via his social media channels, stating that he had lived his dream.
“Today I am announcing my retirement from playing professional football. It has been an unbelievable journey filled with so many incredible moments and I feel privileged to have experienced all that I did during my career.
“From being the little boy kicking a ball around in the garden to captaining my beloved Arsenal and playing for my country at a World Cup. I have lived my dream,” Wilshere said in the statement.
Truthlive.net can recall that prior to Wilshire’s retirement, the ex England international had played for a numbers of clubs, notable among them are Arsenal, Westham, Bournourmouth and a brief stint at Aarhus Gymnastikforening. He is best remembered in Arsenal colour.