Former Manchester United winger and all round twinkle toes Andrei Kanchelskis has decided to retire from football.
Kanchelskis, now 38-years-old, said:
"You need to leave at the right time. Now seems a suitable moment to begin a new chapter in my footballing life," added Kanchelskis, who will be deciding his plans in the coming weeks.
Kanchelskis won two titles and an FA Cup during his time at ManYoo won two Premiership titles before buggering off to join Everton in 1995.
He then went onto have spells at Fiorentina, Rangers, Manchester City, Southampton, Al-Hilal in Saudi Arabia and Saturn Moscow
Despite being born in Ukraine, Kanchelskis opted to play for Russia following the fall of the Soviet Union, winning 36 caps and scoring five goals. His greatest accolade came last year when he was voted as the 47th greatest Premiership player ever by Pies writers.
Click over to see Andrei’s wonder goal against Oldham in the FACup semi final, or alternatively, click here to see his hilarious showboating…