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Ex-Premier League Midfielder & British Boxing Champion Curtis Woodhouse announces retirement!

Former Premier League footballer, British boxing Champion and current Bridlington Town manager Curtis Woodhouse announced last night of his retirement from Boxing – for the second time.

Woodhouse, 38, played 368 games for clubs including Birmingham City and Sheffield United and also won four caps with England at under-21 level.

He took up professional boxing in 2006 and won the British super-lightweight title in 2014 before briefly retiring.

“First time I retired I wasn’t ready, this time I am,” Woodhouse tweeted.

“Last night I officially retired for good from professional boxing. Blessed to have played my part in this fantastic sport. I’ll miss you all.”

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