Routledge describes how Andy Johnson whiplash cut short...Crystal Palace Academy graduate Wayne Routledge recently announced his retirement from football after 20 years in the game. Having made his senior debut for Palace in October 2001, the 36-year-old went two decades more to compete with clubs like Tottenham Hotspur, Queens Park Rangers and, more than any other, Swansea City.
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