Arsenal midfielder Tabea Kemme has retired after a long term knee injury resulted in her playing only a handful of games for the North London club.
The former German international joined Arsenal in July 2018 from Turbine Potsdam. The 28-year-old won the UEFA Women’s Champions League and the Frauen-Bundesliga before moving to north London. She represented Germany 47 times and was part of the team at the 2016 Olympic Games where they won gold.
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She announced her retirement with a emotional Instagram post saying ‘After 14 years of competitive sport, which was very formative for me, a prolonged knee injury means I‘m unable to continue playing top-level football. This chapter has now ended.’