Scotland winger Robert Snodgrass has announced his retirement from football.
Even the appearance came on October 10, as the side of Steve Clarke surrendered three goals in 13 moments.
Snodgrass procured his first cap and proceeded to represent his nation 28 occasions.
Following the blow at Moscow the West Ham participant withdrew at Hampden Park on Sunday from the squad ahead of their demolition of San Marino of Scotland.
Thank you for providing me the chance to live my childhood dream, it has been such a special sense pulling on that Scotland jersey since I was 16 years old. Snodgrass composed on Instagram.
Theres been many highs during my international career that Ill always remember with fondness, including my debut from Northern Ireland, winning two international player of the year awards, and my hat-trick in Malta.
It is now the perfect time for me to step aside retire and though from the Scotland national group and allow the boys and younger players take my place and hopefully push the squad forward.
I wish to especially invite the Tartan Army for the special support youve showed me over recent years. I will never forget this.
A huge thank you also belongs to everybody in the SFA for looking after me since I was a young boy, such as Frank Reilly, Doc McLean, Jonesy, supervisors, trainers, staff, the physios, massage therapists, and kit men and the media staff I have worked with over the years.
I will now see as a fan and I hope to see us perform in a major tournament again shortly — fingers crossed the boys get it done March!
Snodgrass departs with Clarkes Scotland unable since theyre 12 points in Group I with two games left to qualify for Euro 2020 at the standard method, however theyre still able to adapt via the play-offs.
After signing a one-year contract extension at the London Arena in 26, the midfielder has featured six times in all competitions such as West Ham this season.
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