Great Cech!Former football goalkeeper crosses the border into a professional ice hockey goalkeeper

Great Cech!Former football goalkeeper crosses the border into a professional ice hockey goalkeeper
Cech crosses the border into a hockey team goalkeeper.Figure / social media According to the Spanish “Aspen” report, the former Chelsea and Arsenal goalkeeper Cech signed a contract with the team’s professional ice hockey team, the contract until the end of the season.From the grass to the ice rink, Cech will continue to serve as the team’s goalkeeper.After the end of last season, Cech officially announced his retirement from the football field, and then returned to Chelsea as a technical consultant, at any time to train at the Guildford Phoenix Ice Hockey Club.On Wednesday, local time, Cech officially signed with the club.”Ice hockey is a sport that I watched and practiced from an early age.After spending 20 years in football, it was a wonderful experience for me to participate in ice hockey.”Cech said,” I hope to help this young team reach its goals this season and win more games when I have the chance to play.After that, Cech said on personal social media that signing with the ice hockey team will not affect his work as a technical consultant in Chelsea.”Some people think I changed jobs, no, I don’t.Fortunately, my work as a technical consultant in Chelsea outside of ice hockey time will not be interrupted.I can’t play ice hockey when I’m still a professional player, but now I can.”Cech fiber.Guildford Phoenix Hockey Club coach said frankly: “Signing Cech is a big deal for the club. He is a hard-trained person. I can’t wait to see his debut.In 2004, Cech landed in the Premier League and joined Chelsea for 11 years, where he grew into one of the world’s top goalkeepers.Transferred to Arsenal for 4 years in 2015.In Cech’s career, he has completed 202 Premier League zero seals and still maintains a record of the Premier League.He won 4 Premier League titles, 5 won the FA Cup, 3 won the League Cup, and won the Champions League and the UEFA Champions League.