What happened to Agbonlahor?

What happened to Agbonlahor?

What happened to Agbonlahor?

During his career at Villa, he has scored 86 times in 391 appearances and is the club’s record Premier League scorer with 73 goals. He retired from playing on 27 March 2019 at the age of 32.

How old is Agbonlahor?

34 years (13 October 1986)
Gabriel Agbonlahor/Age

Where is Gabby Agbonlahor from?

Gabriel Agbonlahor/Place of birth

When did agbonlahor retire?

27 March 2019
Gabriel Agbonlahor/Career end

Why did Gabby Agbonlahor retire?

Gabby Agbonlahor has revealed he turned down offers to continue in the Championship – because he couldn’t face playing against Aston Villa. Agbonlahor, who was only 31 at the time, made nearly 400 appearances and scored more than 80 goals in the process making him a firm fan favourite.

Who does Gabby Agbonlahor play for?

Aston Villa
Gabriel Agbonlahor

Personal information
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Position(s) Striker, Winger
Club information
Current team Aston Villa

Is Gabriel Agbonlahor from Nigeria?

Gabriel Agbonlahor Gabriel Imuetinyan “Gabby” Agbonlahor was born 13 October 1986. Agbonlahor was one of four children born to a Nigerian father and a Scottish mother in Birmingham. The English professional footballer plays as a striker for Championship club Aston Villa.

Is Agbonlahor retired?

Where did Gabriel Agbonlahor play in the Premier League?

Gabriel Imuetinyan Agbonlahor (born 13 October 1986) is an English former professional footballer who played as a striker. He played in the Premier League and Football League for Aston Villa, Watford and Sheffield Wednesday.

How did Gabriel Agbonlahor get scouted by Aston Villa?

It was at a district game where he was scouted by Aston Villa. During this time he had also been scouted by Wolverhampton Wanderers and played a few games for them, but chose to join his boyhood football team Aston Villa.

When did Gabriel Agbonlahor score the winning goal?

Agbonlahor headed the winning goal in the 86th minute of the Second City derby away to Birmingham on 11 November, shortly after saving the ball on the line from a Liam Ridgewell shot. Agbonlahor won the Premier League Player of the Month award for November and manager Martin O’Neill won the equivalent award for the same month.