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Jayne Ludlow announces retirement
 Women's Football News 11 Jul 2013
 
Jayne Ludlow announces retirement - 11 Jul 2013 - Women's Football NewsArsenal legend Jayne Ludlow has announced her decision to retire from football after 13 years at the club. 
 
Arriving from Southampton in 2000, the 34-year-old scored 28 goals from midfield during her first season in north London, helping the team to a domestic treble, and went on to win 26 major trophies during her time at the Club, including a quadruple in 2007.
 
Ludlow scored more than 200 goals for the Gunners during her career, making her the Gunners' all-time top scorer. She was also voted the FA Players' Player of the Year on three occasions.
 
She won 61 caps for Wales after making her debut in 1997 and was described by national team manager Jarmo Matikainen as "the most successful player that Wales has ever had." Jessica Fishlock, who succeeded her as Wales captain, said: "Her contribution to women's football in Wales cannot be explained to its true extent, she is a massive figure in Wales and it will remain that way for many years to come."
 
An academy coach for both the Gunners and Wales, Jayne recently completed her UEFA A Licence and now intends to focus her energies on developing the next generation of female footballers.
 
Arsenal general manager Vic Akers paid tribute to Ludlow's contribution to the Club, telling www.arsenal.com: "Jayne has enjoyed a remarkable career and I'd like to thank her on behalf of everyone at Arsenal for her fantastic contribution to the Club over the years.
 
"Jayne's athleticism, technical ability and eye for goal made her one of the best box-to-box midfielders in the women's game. It was a privilege to have worked with her for all these years and I wish her every success in the future."
 
Arsenal manager Shelley Kerr added: "Jayne's had a fantastic career and it's been a pleasure to work with her over the last few months. I wish her every success for the future."

 
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