Peter Crouch's retirement at 38

Peter Crouch has announced his retirement from football. The 38-year-old played a total of 468 Premier League games for Tottenham Hotspur, Aston Villa, Southampton, Liverpool, Portsmouth, Stoke City, and most lately for Burnley. 
The striker scored 108 goals in the top flight, with his head scored a Premier League record of 53, while he also provided 58 assists. "After much deliberation this summer, I decided to retire from football," he announced in a statement on Twitter. 
"Our great play has provided me everything." 
I'm so grateful to everyone who helped me get there and assist me remain there for so long. 
"Crouch is one of only 28 players who registered 100.
Or more goals of the Premier League. 
He becomes the earliest player to reach the milestone when scoring for Stoke against Everton in February 2017, at the age of 36 years and two days. 
Crouch's tally of 468 appearances puts him 20th on the all-time list of the PL. 
He also scored an amazing 22 objectives.



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