Liverpool Star: See what he wants to do now after retiring.

FORMER Liverpool and Sunderland striker Djibril Cisse has announced his retirement from football.

Djibril Cisse has called time on his playing career. Ciise has hung up his boots after a 17-year playing career.
However, the former France international has no intention of putting his feet up.

Instead, Ciise has decided to fill his time by learning to become a DJ.
The 35-year-old helped Liverpool win the Champions League and FA Cup during his time at Anfield, scoring 24 goals in 82 games.

Djibril Cisse won the FA Cup with Liverpool in 2006. He returned to the Premier League with Sunderland in 2008 where he scored 11 goals to help the Black Cats stay in the top flight.

Ciise’s quick feet made him a nightmare for defenders up and down the country. But he now intends to use his stamina by pumping music for hours on end.
"I have loved being a footballer,” he told Yahoo Sport.
“Up until now, the ball was my whole life."
“I would have liked to have continued my career, which was interrupted in spite of me, but I have to admit today that football is finished.
"I'm going to give myself body and soul to my career as a DJ, a producer, and as a pundit, as well as develop my line of clothing."

Of course you would think where would he start from? But a man with vision, passion, desire that can't be extinguished in spite of his age won't be robbed off his dream.

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