Liverpool fans took to Twitter to express their wishes to Peter Crouch

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Liverpool fans expressed their wishes to Peter Crouch following his announcement of retirement from professional football at the age of 38.

The 38-year-old striker made over 100 appearances for Liverpool and won the 2006 FA Cup and also played in the finals of the Champions League in 2007 as a part of the Rafael Benitez side.

Peter Crouch donned the England jersey 44 times and played in the 2006 and 2010 World Cup and scored 22 goals for England.

He made many memorable performances for the club which includes a magnificent bicycle kick against Bolton Wanderers and a hat-trick against Arsenal.

Crouch, was released by Burnley in June, following his short term contract.

And the Liverpool fans took to Twitter to wish their regards to their former striker.

–via tbrfootball

Crouch started his football career at the Tottenham academy, and had short spells at Dulwich Hamlet and IFK Hassleholm, before moving to Queen Park Rangers.

During his career, he spent loan time at various Premier League clubs like QPR, Portsmouth, Aston Villa, Portsmouth, Spurs and Stoke City.

Crouch’s trademark robot celebration made him a favourite among Liverpool fans.

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