Cleverley couldn’t resist the pain and hung up his shoes.

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Tom Cleverley The Watford captain has announced his retirement from professional football at the age of 33 due to a chronic injury problem.

Cleverley He started his career with Manchester United and won 13 England caps. Making just one appearance for Watford last season. The latter spent most of his time with a hamstring injury.

Scott Duxbury, the club’s chairman and CEO. said: “Nobody worked harder than Tom, who tried to recover from multiple injuries. Which he tries to do while always giving the players a positive energy.”

“I can’t say enough good things about Tom as a person, player and captain of our team. Tom is a professional that any club is happy to have in their squad UFABET

“A one year loan at the club before he rejoined in January 2017 helped him settle quickly into our senior players. And his experience has proven invaluable over the past six years.”

After starting in the Bradford Cleverley youth team Went to the Manchester United Academy at the age of 11 and played for the Red Devils first team in 79 matches, scoring 5 goals.

He won the Premier League title in 2012-13 and has also lifted the Community Shield twice.

During his time at United Cleverley Loan spells with Leicester (Wonderful League One), Watford, Wigan and Aston Villa

In 2015, he signed a permanent deal with Everton and played 42 times. Before Cleverley returned to Watford on loan in 2017 and was then converted permanently.

Over three spells with Watford, he made 181 appearances, contributing 19 goals and 15 assists.