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Monday, 1 October 2012

Chronic knee wounded, Jimmy Bullard Hanging Shoes

Former Wigan and Fulham, Jimmy Bullard, decided to retire from professional football, on Monday (1/10). Players are now defending MK Dons were forced to end 14 years of his career due to a chronic knee injury undermined.

Throughout his career, Jimmy Bullard did have a problem with a knee injury. Worst case is when the 33-year-old midfielder was injured ligament twice in three years, first at Fulham in 2006 and when his debut with Hull in 2009.

Bullard actually just joined Ipswich MK Dons after being released in late August. However, after visiting a specialist, he decided to retire in order to avoid a more severe injury.

"Chronic knee injury did not allow me to play the same way again. With so many games in the modern football era like today, it's hard for me to always play every week," said Bullard was quoted as saying by The Sun.

"I got this gracious opportunity to prove themselves in the summer. Yet despite chief says still wants to play, not so with my body. I take this decision for the future," said Bullard.

Bullard has strengthened the club since it started nine career in 1998, including Wigan, Fulham, Hull and Ipswich. He has also been called the English national team in 2008, despite not playing manager Fabio Capello.
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