Footballers who retired during & after 2021/22 season | Premier League | First & Last Goals

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A compilation of first and last goals scored in the Premier League by players who retired during and after the 2021/22 football season featuring Demba Ba (West Ham United, Newcastle United, Chelsea), Sergio Aguero (Manchester City), Carlos Tevez (West Ham United, Manchester United, Manchester City) and more!

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