Former Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers striker, Robbie Keane has announced his retirement from football. The 38-year-old footballer has revealed his decision in his statement. Keane has been successful in scoring 68 goals in around 146 games in 18 years of his career for the Republic of Ireland. He has been named as the assistant manager of national side to Mic McCarthy.
Keane has played for the team of Tottenham, Liverpool, and also Inter Milan during the time of his successful career. He has managed to score 325 goals in 737 matches. Keane paid special tribute to Wolves who offered him his senior debut.