A few weeks ago, PetrCech made a huge change in his playing career as he ended his relationship with Chelsea which spanned for over 10 years and the veteran shot-stopper joined Arsenal.
Even at his 33 years of age, PetrCech is one of the highest rated players in his position but he couldn’t compete against the likes of ThibautCourtois who has displayed his world class skills and earned the trust of Jose Mourinho.
Unfortunately for PetrCech, he will eventually be forgotten in Stamford Bridge despite of everything that he has accomplished with the Premier League club, some fans of the club will probably still keep the Czech in their memories but taking into consideration the steady rise of ThibautCourtois, memories of PetrCech will fade away.
PetrCech suffered in his last few years with Chelsea as he had to settle with being a substitute player as he watched ThibautCourtois take center stage and it wasn’t the best way for him to finish his stay in Stamford Bridge.
IkerCasillas and Real Madrid have experimented something similar as IkerCasillas left Real Madrid and replaced by KikoCasillas but the sad thing in these players is not that they have been replaced, every single player will eventually get changed by a younger version, the thing that has disappointed fans is in the way that these players had to exit their respective clubs.
Casillas announced his departure in a tearful press conference where he was left completely alone. It was a very different exit compared to Barcelona when all of the players of the Spanish squad were there with Xavi Hernandez after the midfielder announced his exit and the players as well as all the executives of the club were shaken up as they saw one of their most influential figures in the club leave.
In spite of not playing any role in Stamford Bridge and having spent an underwhelming last few years with the Premier League club, Cech still continues playing a huge role for his national side Czech Republic as he is a regular starter and has been a regular starter for his country since February of 2002.
PetrCech has helped Czech Republic in their 2016 Euro’s campaign which has seen the nation in snatching the 2nd spot of Group A with 13 points after having played 6 matches.