Davy Propper retires from football

Davy Propper retires from football

Davy Propper retires from football

Davy Propper retires from football

Davy Propper retires from football

Ex-Brighton midfielder Davy Propper has retired from football at the age of 30, saying he

“doesn’t feel comfortable in the world of football”.

Propper, who has 19 caps for the Netherlands, left the Seagulls last summer to rejoin PSV Eindhoven after four years

at the Amex Stadium.

Davy Propper played 107 league games for Brighton before rejoining PSV in the summer.

“When I was abroad, I gradually lost the love for the game,” he said.

Propper, whose PSV contract has been terminated by mutual consent with 18 months left, added:

“It was difficult for me to observe the discipline needed to perform at my best and have my life

ruled by a hectic football schedule.

“And the coronavirus crisis and the lack of visits from relatives and friends haven’t done me any good, either.

“I made the final decision to call time on my playing career before Christmas and it feels like a relief.

That’s why I know I’ve made the right choice.”

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