Football 3 years ago

Bridgy Calls Time

  • Bridgy Calls Time

Michael Bridges has announced his retirement after 19 years playing top grade football.

The Englishman has spent the past 5 seasons at the Jets and will stay on at the club in a media and coaching role.

The former Leeds striker has received well wishes from all over the world including good mate and Melbourne Heart midfielder Harry Kewell.

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Bridgy has made 65 appearances for the Jets and scored 12 goals. His best goal with the jets was probably a few weeks ago when he came on as a sub against Wellington.

There’s a chance Bridges could make one more appearance on Friday night against Adelaide but if he doesn’t we wish him all the best after football. Its been great watching you play for the Jets.

What are your memories of Michael Bridges? 

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