Frank Lampard Retires

Lampard retires - and Carragher finally
admits his grudging respect

announced his
football on
bringing an
end to an
career spanning 21 years.

The former England, West Ham, Chelsea, Manchester City and
New York City midfielder is best remembered for his 13 years at
Stamford Bridge, during which time he won 11 major honours.
Lampard's club-record tally of 211 goals helped Chelsea to
three Premier League titles, the Champions League, the Europa
League and six domestic cup triumphs.
He won 106 caps for his country, and Thursday's
announcement prompted former team-mates and rivals alike to
pay tribute - with Liverpool's Jamie Carragher even having a
few nice words to say about his old adversary.
After all those Chelsea battles & Frank Lampard now retiring, I
can finally admit the respect I had for him & that he was a great

— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) February 2, 2017
What a career. Thank you, Frank. #SuperFrank

— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) February 2, 2017
caps. goals. Frank Lampard.#threelions

— @Ejdur Gudjohnson
I played with @franklampard No more words
Huge congratulations on retirement Frank Lampard. One of the
hardest working players that talked the talk and walked the walk

— Trevor Sinclair (@trevor8sinclair) February 2, 2017
100 - Frank Lampard is one of three players to record both
100+ goals & 100+ assists in PL history (also Ryan Giggs &
Wayne Rooney). Elite.

— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) February 2, 2017
Good luck, thanks for the memories and all the best for the next
chapter of your career, Frank Lampard! #mcfc

— Manchester City (@ManCity) February 2, 2017
Congratulations to Frank #Lampard on your retirement &
fantastic career! What brilliant player & a true professional

— Lothar Matthäus (@LMatthaeus10) February 2, 2017
Captain in back-to-back #UCL & #UEL final wins with Chelsea,
Frank Lampard retires from football.
UEFA club appearances 132
Goals 29 ⚽️

— Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) February 2, 2017
Football is filled not only with rivalries, but also with indelible
memories. Thanks, Frank Lampard, for your contributions to the

— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) February 2, 2017
Congratulations to Frank Lampard on an incredible career!
He's announced his retirement from playing, aged 38

— (@FIFAcom) February 2, 2017
Happy retirement, Frank Lampard!
607 apps (all-time 3rd highest)
177 goals (4th)
102 assists (2nd)@MyTopps relive an amazing career...

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