English striker and Euro 2022 champion Ellen White has announced her retirement.

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Ellen White, a striker for England and the champion of Euro 2022, has declared her retirement from the game.
The revelation was made by the 33-year-old in a touching tweet.

Black said: “I’ve always wanted to make this choice on my own terms. And this is the perfect time for me to retire from football and let the next generation succeed.”

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Get Sky Sports White started every game and scored twice as the Lionesses won the European Championships this summer, bringing her total for her nation to 52 goals with 113 caps.

She scored six goals at the 2019 competition while playing for England at three Euros and three World Cups.
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Sarina Wiegman, head coach of the England Women, said: “We are all very proud of Ellen for everything she has sacrificed for England. Although I have just had the privilege of working with her for the past year, I have no doubts about her professionalism, productivity, or capacity to complete tasks.

“She did a fantastic job this summer for the team, she is the ideal team player, and she assisted the younger players in navigating the world of international football. She was already a fantastic player in my eyes, but I discovered a better person. Although I completely respect her decision to go in a different direction, we shall miss her.”

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Prior to winning the FA Cup once more with Manchester City in 2020, White won the WSL and FA Cup twice with Arsenal. The next year, she committed to a two-year contract with City, although she won’t finish it.

Ellen White is the second all-time leading goalscorer in the WSL

Baroness The FA’s director of women’s football, Sue Campbell, stated: “Ellen White will be revered for a very long time as a role model. It is about the standards she set and the way she conducts herself, not simply about her record-breaking 52 goals and on-field accomplishments.

“A real leader of women, Ellen White has always put the team first, even when she was scoring the winning goals or giving everything she had. She is a modern-day game legend.”

At one of England’s domestic autumn games, the FA intends to honor White’s career.
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Lianne Sanderson, a former forward for England, claims that Ellen White, who recently announced her retirement from professional football, will “inspire a generation.” WHITE LEAVES AS ONE OF ENGLAND’S BEST PLAYERS OF ALL TIME For a more usable video player, utilize Chrome instead of other browsers.

Faye White, a former England captain, urged supporters to attend WSL matches and said that the Lionesses’ Euro 2022 success is “still a bit strange.” Reporter for Sky Sports News Anton Toloui:

“I believe that many individuals were shocked by the news. White missing Manchester City’s last week’s two Champions League qualifiers and her absence from preseason practice appeared a touch strange.

“When City’s head coach Gareth Taylor discussed giving her some time off for personal reasons last week, you knew something wasn’t right. Although something seemed to be simmering, you weren’t prepared for it to be a full-fledged retirement.

“One goal short of Wayne Rooney’s 53 goals for England, White retires as one of the nation’s all-time greatest players. She discusses the graft and toil in her statement.

Twitter You cannot view this because of your consent preferences. Twitter AA1 You cannot view this because of your consent preferences. Twitter AA1 You cannot view this because of your consent preferences. Twitter AA1 You cannot view this because of your consent preferences. Twitter AA1 You cannot view this because of your consent preferences. Open Privacy Options “She believes that about herself because she twice won the WSL early in her career while playing for Arsenal, but after suffering two ACL injuries, she recovered better and reached her peak later in her career.

“Everyone who has played with her will agree that she is among the best finishers they have ever played with. She has played a significant role in English football for many years.

“She was a big-game player who will be best known for her accomplishments. She was perhaps England’s greatest player at the most recent World Cup, and her dedication to her task was evident.

“She has the ability to bring teams together by embracing young players, like she did at the Euros. Although this summer’s tournament wasn’t her greatest, she is a player’s player. She will leave behind a legacy like that.”

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The teams that placed second and third in the WSL the previous season will also face off in that opening round of games, with Arsenal traveling to face Manchester City.

The home match against Chelsea on the weekend of January 14/15, the first round of games following the WSL’s month-long winter break, and the trip to face Emma Hayes’ team on the penultimate weekend of the season, May 20/21, could be crucial for Arsenal, who only missed out on the championship by a point last year.

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