Former Liverpool striker Milan Baros must retire at 38 – Television

(ARCHIVES) In this archival photo taken on June 8, 2012, Czech striker Milan Baros controls the ball during the Euro 2012 football championships against Russia vs Czech Republic at the Municipal Stadium in Wroclaw. – Milan Baros, a former Liverpool striker, ends his career at 38. (Photo by Daniel MIHAILESCU / AFP)

Former Liverpool, Aston Villa and Czech Republic striker Milan Baros said on Friday that he would postpone the time of his playing career at the end of the season.


"My head would like to continue, but the body said so," said Baros, 38, on the Banik Ostrava club website.

"I have had health problems for a long time and the body does not work the way it used to and the way I needed it," he added, complaining of Achilles tendons.

Baros, who also played for Portsmouth, Lyon and Galatasaray, gained prominence at Euro 2004, a tournament that ended as a top scorer.


Baros won the Champions League with Liverpool in 2005 and ended his international career after Euro 2012, having scored 41 goals in 93 games for the Czech Republic.



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