Gianfranco Zola Retires

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Mangiamoli!
Staff
19 December 2002
London & Milan
AC Milan
He was a great player, and I think he fully deserves his own thread. Hes even been knighted by the queen.

Today he announced his retirement at 38, a week before his 39th birthday. After 2 great seasons at Cagliari - from Serie B to securing Serie A.
 
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Glavisted

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Great player, I believed he still would play a season more with some ascended team this season in the Serie A.
 

Jabb3r

West Midlands Village fan
21 May 2005
Top class player from what I saw of him @ Chelsea, that back heel goal is onna the cheekiest I've ever seen.

Have a nice life m8!
 

crayon

Champions League
23 October 2004
Japan
Liverpool FC
A great gentleman on and off the pitch. Played some of the best football seen in England in the 90's. Zola!
 

RuneEdge

Silent Assassin
1 October 2003
Manchester United
I would have loved to see him play in the Premership one last time. Truely a legend.
 
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sonnysan

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Zola taught me to love football and what it has to offer. He along with roberto baggio taught me a whole lot about life too.

I wish Zola the best and thank him for providing many italians with an inspiration to life!
 

Professor Nutmeg

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3 July 2002
Master League
Zola is a god in Chelsea and forever will be. Let's not forget his squad number was retired when he left. And who can forget his superb goal against Norwich in the cup? - has to be one of favs. Many have tried similar goals, but none have been as good.
 
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Massacre_1907

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Professor Nutmeg said:
Zola is a god in Chelsea and forever will be. Let's not forget his squad number was retired when he left. And who can forget his superb goal against Norwich in the cup? - has to be one of favs. Many have tried similar goals, but none have been as good.


ermmm , del piero, but del piero's wasnt that hard of an angle, zola score from an amazing angle in that corner, plus he had a marker
 
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