March 23, 2022 – 4:34 pm
Paul Wooston suffered injuries that required him to undergo two surgeries and decided to retire.
Manchester United goalkeeper Paul Woolston has decided to end his career at the age of 23, the English club announced on social media on Wednesday. The keeper, who played for the Red Devils Under-23 team and represented the England side up to the Under-18s, suffered injuries which required him to undergo two operations. “Having to retire at only 23 was very difficult to accept, but now I feel much more positive. I am very proud of everything I have achieved. Many people dream of playing football at this level. I would have loved to have gone further, but it was an absolute honor to represent Manchester United during my time here,” revealed Woolston, who once trained with the Manchester United first team.
“The support from my family, friends, teammates, coaches and medical staff has been phenomenal. They have all been instrumental in my journey, allowing me to reflect positively on my playing experiences and begin to look towards the future.” resources of the club, already looking to the future.
“Right now, I am totally focused on the next stage of my career. I am ready to use all my learning, my resilience, my commitment and my determination to succeed in my life”, he assured.