Thomas Gravesen reveals regret for leaving Celtic that he couldn’t shake for almost 10 years


Former Celtic midfielder Thomas Gravesen thinks that the biggest mistake in his career has been to give up football after leaving Parkhead. Gravesen turned out for Everton and Real Madrid before his change from Glasgow, but left the game at just 32 years old in 2008.

The Dane had joined the Toffees on loan in his last season before retiring and now lives in fabulous Las Vegas after generating a fortune through various investments.

But his biggest regret is being too quick to give up the good game.

He said, “I don’t even remember my last football game. I was told it was Everton, but I actually thought I had replayed when I returned to Celtic.


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“But you can see that I don’t really care about my last game.

“Quitting football is one of the things I regret the most in my life. I just got to a point where I had had enough.

“My advice to all footballers would be to continue. If you can no longer play in the Premier League, go to the championship. Play as long as you can. ”

“You regret it when you stop too early. You can’t change your mind and go back to football in your mid-thirties. Let’s go.

“When I left Celtic, I wanted to get away from home as much as I could because I didn’t want to watch football and it’s easier in the United States.

“It took me nine years to recover and return to public life. But now I am so happy in myself. “


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