Teeratep Winothai, striker from Police Tero FC has announced his retirement from professional football at age,37 and will play in the game against Nakhonratchasima Mazda FC in Thai League 2022/23 on Sunday is the last.
Previously, Teeratep had come out to say that if he could score 100 goals in the Thai League when will immediately announce his retirement Before the latest news, he decided to retire. And will play in Sunday’s game as a farewell to his 16-year career in football.
“At first I intended to score 100 goals in the Thai League before retiring. But after consulting with my family, my mother said that 95 goals is already a lot. already a legend So I thought I’d hang up my boots. The Thai League game that will meet Nakhon Ratchasima Mazda on November 27 will be the last match in my football life.” Teeratep said.
“I was also dismayed to stop playing football. Because he has been in the Thai national team since he was 14 years old and has played for many clubs. I’ve played in England and Belgium before. As for professional football, started playing since 2009 with BEC Tero Sasana and then ended up with Police Tero.”
“I just made a decision a few days ago. Nowadays I have so many off-field missions that it might affect football or the team as well, so I decided to retire this year. Next year will be able to start a new life, do business, or do other things besides football in full.”
For Teeratep or “Leesaw” started playing football in the Thai League in 2006 with BEC Tero Sasana and had the opportunity to go to “Lierse” in the Belgian league. Before coming back to play football in the Thai League for many clubs such as Muang Thong United, Bangkok Glass FC, Police United, Bangkok United, and Chonburi FC before returning to Police Tero FC again and the last club A total of 391 matches played in the Thai League, scoring 95 goals.
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