American soccer star Tom Brady has announced his retirement from retirement. He writes on Twitter at night.: “In the last two months it has become clear to me that my place is still on the pitch and not in the stands. That moment will come at some point. But not now. I love my teammates and I love my family, who supported me. You make all of this possible. I’m going back to Tampa for my 23rd season.”
Then write “Unfinished Business LFG” after it. So he hasn’t done his job yet. It’s not entirely clear what exactly the most successful player in the NFL could mean at the age of 44 and after 22 years as a professional. The quarterback basically shouldn’t have anything else to prove in his game.
The abbreviation “LFG” is an abbreviation for “Come on, fuck” – Here we go. Actually, their family life should have started now. Brady announced his retirement as a professional player on February 1. “My playing career has been an exciting journey that far exceeded my imagination and was full of ups and downs.” he wrote on Twitter. “But now the time has come to focus my time and energy on other things.”
Brady has played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers since 2019. And he’ll likely continue to do so for at least one more season.