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Former Chelsea Striker, Demba Ba Announces Retirement

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Demba Ba Announces Retirement

Former Chelsea striker, Demba Ba on Monday called it quit on his football career.

He made the announcement on his official Twitter page after a month without a club following his departure from  Swiss side, Lugano.

Born in May 1985 in Sevres, France, Ba represented Senegalese from 2007 to 2015 and played at the 2012 African Cup of Nations.

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The Senegalese made his first-team debut with French team Rouen in 2005 ended his 16-year career at the age of 36.

Demba Ba participated in a number of leagues in clubs across Europe, finding the net 181 times in 386 matches.

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Ba joined Chelsea on a free transfer in 2013-2014 and scored 14 goals in 33 matches, winning the Europa League before moving on to Besiktas the following year. He scored 18 times in just 29 appearances for the Turkish side.

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He also left an unforgettable memory against Liverpool when he scored the famous goal at Anfield, after Steven Gerrard slipped.

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He also played for Westham and Newcastle in the English premie league as well.

Demba wrote on his twitter page: “He wrote: “It is with a heart filled with gratefulness that I announce the end of my playing career.”

“What a wonderful journey it has been. Besides all the sweat and tears I have faced, football has given me so many beautiful emotions.”

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“From the passion of the fans and the noise coming from the stands after every goal to the connection with my teammates on and off the field, this will forever remain in my head and heart .”

 

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