IN THE NEWS: PLATT ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT IN THE NEWS: PLATT ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT

IN THE NEWS: PLATT ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT

Former Walsall striker Clive Platt has today announced his retirement from football after failing to overcome a calf injury, which he suffered during pre-season.
Former Walsall striker Clive Platt has today announced his retirement from football after failing to overcome a calf injury, which he suffered during pre-season.

37-year-old Platt began his career as an apprentice with the Saddlers, making his debut in 1995 and going on to make 32 appearances, scoring four goals.

In 1999 He moved to Rochdale as their then-record £100,000 signing, and had further spells at Notts County, Peterborough United, Milton Keynes Dons, Colchester United, Coventry City, Northampton Town before joining Bury in January 2014.

In all, he played 618 times, scoring 110 goals.
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