Former Newcastle, Crystal Palace and France midfielder Johan Cabaye announced his retirement from football at the age of 35, and Cabay spent more than five seasons in the English Premier League sporadically in the Northeast and London and won 48 international matches for his country. , With Lille and Paris Saint-Germain also among their former clubs. The announcement came in a tweet on Twitter entitled: “The end whistle …” and the attached statement read: “With great passion after more than 17 years of passion, love of football, passion and memories that will always be etched. In my mind, I announce the end of my professional football career. Even if this decision seems inevitable after I am over 35 in the world of football, it is still difficult to accept and accept because my love for football is immense. “Capai went to thank his former team-mates, coaches, supporters of Andy, the French national team and his family, among others. After making his name with Lille, Cabaye joined Newcastle in 2011 and quickly became a favorite in Tyneside, scoring 10 goals in the Premier League in His first two seasons and seven goals in 17 games in 2013-14 before Paris Saint-Germain came in January with a nearly £ 19 million bid. He struggled to prove himself with the permanent French first-division champion and returned to Engelin D with Pallas in 2015, scoring nine goals In 96 league matches, although he rarely played the full 90 minutes, he followed a short spell with victory before ending his career in his homeland with Saint-Etienne, and at the international level, he was a marginal member of the French side that reached the final of Euro 2016 – where he played in the group The first against Switzerland and as a late substitute in the semi-final victory over Germany, he also appeared in Euro 2012 and the 2014 World Cup.