EPL clean sheet king Cech to retire at the end of the season
Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech is to retire at the end of this season after two decades in professional football.
The 36-year-old Czech 'keeper joined Arsenal in June 2015 from the club's London rivals Chelsea, where he spent 11 years. During his time in England, he amassed 202 clean sheets in the Premier League, making him the safest pair of hands in the competition's history by a long way.
Cech retires as the all-time record-holder for appearances at international level for the Czech Republic and the legendary keeper won an array of trophies during his time in the English Premier League.
Cech's numerous medals won in England
- Four Premier League titles with Chelsea.
- One UEFA Champions League title with Chelsea.
- One UEFA Europa League title with Chelsea
- Five FA Cup titles (four with Chelsea, one with Arsenal).
- Three English League Cup titles with Chelsea.
- Six FA Community Shield titles (four with Chelsea, two with Arsenal).