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Niall Quinn today announced his retirement from professional football after persistent injury problems The Republic of Ireland striker who began his career at Arsenal has been at Sunderland for six years after previously playing for Manchester City Quinns decision was announced to the crowd at the Stadium of Light at half-time in the match between Sunderland and Tottenham A Sunderland spokesman said Niall has decided the time has come to hang up his boots and retire as a player because of persistent injury problems He will continue to have some links with Sunderland Football Club Quinn said There have been some wonderful times and wonderful memories - and the luck Ive had has been quite incredible People got dropped and injured for me Then I looked on the scrapheap and great surgeons rebuilt me - but the Indian summer I had here was something special I think someone up there has a soft spot for me because I wasnt the greatest trainer in the world - I think Peter Reid would agree with that As for the future Quinn does not rule out a role in management In the meantime he will be watching the Wearsiders - and taking things easy Im looking forward to coming along and seeing how far the lads can bring us he said I love football and the dressing room But its time to put my legs up - Ive got the choice and thats the wonderful thing that footballs given me I can sit back and get to Christmas - and then maybe Ill be writing letters to clubs Im not turning my back on the game but I need a bit of a break I need a few weeks to recharge the batteries I dont know what Im going to do - but I feel so grateful for the life football has given me
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