Burnley’s former England screw Robinson retires
Burnley’s former England goalkeeper Paul Robinson has announced his retirement during a age of 37.
Robinson, who began his career during Leeds in 1998 and also played for Tottenham and Blackburn, was capped 41 times for his country.
He assimilated Burnley in Jan 2016, creation 3 Premier League appearances final deteriorate as cover for Tom Heaton.
Robinson, who done 498 bar appearances, motionless to retire after a regularity of a behind problem.
“My behind problem returned towards a finish of final deteriorate and has prevented me being prepared for a start of a new season,” he said.
“I have been really propitious to play for 4 really special football clubs and my country.”
Robinson was a England screw during a 2006 World Cup in Germany, gripping 4 purify sheets in 5 games including a goalless quarter-final that Portugal won on penalties.
But he paid a cost for dear errors as England unsuccessful to strech Euro 2008, many famously unwell to bond with a Gary Neville behind pass that resulted in an possess idea in a 2-0 better in Croatia.
Robinson finally retired from general football in Aug 2011.