Ashley Cole has revealed he’ll head into management after calling time on his playing career on Sunday.
The former England International who also played alongside Mikel Obi and Victor Moses at Chelsea said his 20-year career was a “fulfilled dream”.
Cole, 38, broke the news during a Television appearance in former teammate, Frank Lampard’s first Managerial game at Stamford Bridge against Leicester City.
“I fulfilled my dream, now I look to the future hoping to be a great Coach,” he said during his appearance on Sky Sports match coverage.
Ashley Cole has announced his retirement from professional football live on Super Sunday.
🏴 107 England caps
🏆 3 x Premier League
🏆 7 x FA Cup
🏆 Champions League
🏆 Europa League
🏆 2 x UEFA Team of the Year
What a career. pic.twitter.com/oaxKiWtiMQ
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) August 18, 2019
The former defender won three premier league titles at Chelsea also picked up the UEFA Champions League and the Europa League alongside the former Super Eagles captain Obi.