Jill Scott announced her retirement on Tuesday. The 35-year-old England international’s last game was the European Championship final, in which England faced Germany at Wembley.
“I’m saying goodbye to football today, but we’re having a party. I don’t want to see sad faces! I’ve had too much fun to cry right now,” Scott writes in one column. Players TribuneA medium for athletes to share news with their fans.
Scott has been playing for Manchester City since 2013, having previously played for Everton. He made his debut for the England national team in 2006 and made a total of 161 appearances. This made her the most capped player after Farah Williams (172 caps).
The Scot has fond memories of his last game, the European Championship final against Germany last July (2-1). “If you’d told me I’d be playing at Wembley with 90,000 spectators, I’d have said impossible,” Scott said.
On Monday, Ellen White, England’s all-time top scorer, announced her retirement from football. “I always wanted to make this decision on my own terms. Now it’s time to say goodbye to football and watch the next generation shine,” he wrote. Twitter.
Without White and Scott, national coach Sarina Weigman will usually work towards the 2023 World Cup, which will be held in Australia and New Zealand in the summer. In the World Cup qualifiers, England are firmly in the lead with eight wins after eight games.
Jill Scott after winning the European title in July.
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