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David Silva quits international football

Spain and Manchester City superstar footballer David
Silva has announced his retirement from
international football.

The 32-year-old made his intentions known
through an emotional letter he posted on
social media earlier today
Silva found the back of the net 35 times in
his 125 appearances for the 2010 FIFA
World Cup champions.
His announcement came shortly after
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique hanged
his international boots to focus on club
football for the rest of his career.
He won the FIFA World Cup with Spain in
2010, and also clinched two UEFA European
Championship titles in 2008, 2012.
In his letter, Silva, who has largely been
considered my many plaudits as one of the
greatest midfielders of his generation, said
he was “proud to have represented La Roja
for more than a decade.”
"I lived and dreamed with a team that will
forever be remembered ," his statement read
in part.
Manchester City midfield maestro David Silva
Silva made 135 appearances for the Spanish
Silva's last competitive encounter for his
country ended up in disappointment as they
lost on penalties to Russia last month.
Prior to his retirement, Silva played earned
125 caps in a Spain shirt, scoring 35 goals in
the process.
He joins the likes of former Barcelona star
Andreas Iniesta and defender Gerard Pique
who also recently announced their
retirement from international duty.
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