Andrew Flintoff is forced to retire from cricket

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Ashes hero Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff retired yesterday after admitting defeat in his battle with injury.

The most popular England cricketer for a generation said he was sad and disappointed to be hanging up his boots.

His army of fans had hoped Freddie, 32, would make another comeback but knee surgeons have told him the game is up.

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Talent is one thing but your body being able to cope with professional sports is another. Shame to see him go like this.

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Cricket will be poorer

Cricket will be poorer without him,a cricketer who always gave his 200%,
he made Test Cricket interesting,farewell Freddie,the cricketing world shall miss you

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True. What a sad way to go.

True. What a sad way to go.

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He was nothing much. Just

He was nothing much. Just hyped.

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RIP :D

RIP :D

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